Sharon Stone

Sharon Stone is looking for love in all the wrong places.

It’s hard to believe that celebrities are using dating apps, but use it yet! And Stone is one of the latest to reveal that she has made a Bumble profile. But until her distress things don’t go as planned.

In a series of tweets on Sunday evening, the alumnus of the Casino revealed that her account was closed, because no one could believe that the iconic actress was on Bumble. The star takes matters in her own hands and tweet directly to the appointment app to ask for help.

While she wrote, “I went on the @bumble dating view and they closed my account. Some users have reported that it is not maybe I can be! Hey @ albumble, is that my exclusion? Do not close me from the hive. “

In her next tweet, the 61 year-old shared a screenshot of the message that appears on her blocked account. While reading, “is your account blocked because we have received various reports about your fake profile. “

Of course, her Twitter mentions was flooded with people who shot their lap with the star of the Basic Instinct.

Like one adherent: “Hello Sharon. If you are ever in Buffalo, and fat guys with moustache digging, my DMS are open. Also own a car that is willing to drive (up to 25 miles), even if you are just here nearby. Talk to you soon. “In another one, ” Sharon, you don’t need Bumble, I’m here. “

The director Ava DuVernay also responded to the tweet of the actress with the POISON of Meryl stripe shouting on Patricia Arquette’s 2015 Oscars speech.

Fortunately, an employee of Bumble Stone’s messages saw and corrected the situation quickly.

While the user tweet, “AHA! @Sharonstone, we found at @bumble your account, blocked you, and told you that it would not happen again. You can re-bumble back! Thank you for having hope that you will find your treasure. “

Stone is not alone in her app businesses for celebrities. In fact, the new enkeling, Channing Tatum, Raya has used since the dissolution of Jessie J. See what happened Live host Andy Cohen also shared his battle with what kicked off dating apps in the past. Demi Lovato, Amy Schumer, Hilary Duff, Laverne Cox, Drew Barrymore and Zach Braff also revealed that they tried the different appointment sites.