Actor Rupert Everett writes about his life with the divas – a new book hitting the market with excerpts on the This is London Web page. Google it for some great reading. “She (Sharon Stone ) was radiant in a jeweled dress; her husband (Phil Bronstein) looked like a sexy pug from a downtown gym. We kissed and chatted and raised our eyebrows (this was in the days when one still could) as he seethed quietly beside her. Many of the girls from the old school end up at some point with a bruiser. Initially they love the feeling of protection and exclusivity. The intense power they have achieved at the studio has left them completely isolated, hard as nails and yet vulnerable as twigs, deliciously snappable. The man in question is usually decent, simple and respected. He feels ten feet tall. She feels cozy and petite. Sex is a constantly exploding volcano. But at a certain point the novelty wears off. She feels trapped behind the fence. Her girlfriends are vetoed, she can’t bat an eyelid at a passing waiter, yet she must flirt to keep her engine tuned. I don’t know whether Sharon and Phil’s marriage was like that, but before too long it was all over.” See, journalists can even win over a beautiful sex goddess, if you have the total macho image. Start body building today.