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Sharon Stone, 63, revealed she could write a book of short stories of her “dismal” love life while trying out online dating following her divorce from second husband Phil Bronstein in 2004. The actress, who is best known for starring in 1992’s Basic Instinct, revealed she was willing to keep an overall positive attitude to the world of dating but her experiences so far “haven’t been great”.

Honestly, the whole thing was so dismal that I now want to write a book of short stories about my online dating experiences

Sharon Stone

“Honestly, the whole thing was so dismal that I now want to write a book of short stories about my online dating experiences,” she said.

“Dating sites are just not a successful thing.”

She admitted she yearns to meet someone in the flesh rather than over a computer where the chemistry just isn’t the same.

Sharon continued: “Real chemistry, that frisson, that happens in the air – not on a site.

“And people are becoming less socially adept because of those sites.”

It comes after she announced on Twitter that her official account on popular dating app Bumble, had been flagged as fake.

The whole debacle received widespread attention, as she penned: “I went on the @bumble dating sight [sic] and they closed my account.

“Some users reported that it couldn’t possibly be me! Hey @bumble, is being me exclusionary?

“Don’t shut me out of the hive,” she begged.

Following her plea, the app immediately unblocked her account and apologised for the mistake.

“Trust us, we definitely want you on the Hive,” said Bumble’s editorial director Clare O’Connor.

“Hope you find your honey,” she added comically.

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The tweet saw Sharon ambushed with invitations and offers for dates, and the actress saw it as an opportunity to chat to people she’d never usually meet in real life, such as former convicts and “socially awkward” people.

“You know, when you’re single at this age, there’s usually a reason for that,” she laughed.

“I count myself in there.”

Sharon was married to Phil for five years before they split.

Previously, she was married to TV producer Michael Greenburg.

The pair wed in 1984 but later divorced in 1990.

In the years that followed, she became engaged a couple of times to other men but the relationships were ultimately short-lived.

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