It’s no risqué secret; advertising gurus have preached it for years: Sex sells. “Will and Grace’ star Debra Messing gets steamy in her latest Instagram post, sharing a lip-biting photo of herself in bed. The sitcom actor went topless except for a Sharon Stone memoir to cover herself.
In the Instagram post, Messing joked, “Now I can say I went to bed with Sharon Stone.”
Well at least in literary form, that’s true. Messing posted the saucy photo to help promote her friend Sharon Stone’s new memoir “The Beauty of Living Twice.”
“I am over the moon to receive my copy of @sharonstone’s brand new memoir,” Messing wrote in the caption. “‘THE BEAUTY OF LIVING TWICE.’ Sharon has lived enough lives for a small village. Her story is singular, her trials, numerous, her triumphs, well won.”
Stone’s new autobiography explores her early career in Hollywood. The book explores her struggles with fame and also the dark side of Hollywood. For instance, Stone chronicles a time she went and got an abortion at 18 in the book. She also discussed how producers on “Basic Instinct” tricked her into not wearing underwear for her infamous scene in the movie. The book is reportedly a no-holds-bar look at her life for all of her triumphs and failures.
Debra Messing Supports Sharon Stone
Well, Messing is certainly a fan of the autobiography if her Instagram is anything to go by. The two actors became friends in Hollywood. They also appeared together back in 2018 to discuss acting techniques and approaches to comedy as well.
The “Will and Grace” star had nothing but good things to say about Stone and her book. In her post, Messing listed Stone’s various on-screen successes, as well as the work that she does outside of acting. It’s certainly a sincere and (pardon the pun) naked endorsement of her friend’s achievements.
“Sharon Stone is a global, glamorous movie star to most,” Messing said. “She is talented, that is indisputable, but she is also brilliant. A blazing mind, a magnificent orator, a multifaceted Artist (author, songwriter, etc), a fierce and passionate activist for the LGBTQ community (how I first came to know her), and a spiritual, kind, playful, curious, thoughtful soul.”
Messing encouraged readers to buy the book at their local bookstores. “Get to know this wonderful woman. Buy her book from your local independent bookstore today.”
In response, Stone thanked Messing for her support, commenting, “You are the loveliest human on this planet.”