UPDATE: Sharon Stone's camp says her remarks were taken out of context:
"It is not ok with me for someone to take a statement I made with good-natured intent and to try and make it in to something politically incorrect. My love and support for what she represents for women right now is extraordinarily important." - Sharon Stone
Sharon Stone, 51, has some choice words for Meryl Streep, 60, in the new issue of Tatler magazine, saying the "It's Complicated" star gets so much work at least in part because Streep looks "like an unmade bed" and is "because she looks like a woman we can all relate to."
Stone was most recently seen in "Basic Instinct 2" and "Bobby" in 2006 and talking about her "good friend" the Dalai Lama" in 2008.
"I think that's why Meryl Streep is working so much, because she looks like a woman we can all relate to," Stone tells Tatler.
"I look at her and I think, 'I'm chasing my kids, I've moved my parents in with me, I'm coping with food spills - that looks like me in real life'.
"Meryl looks like an unmade bed, and that's what I look like. To me, that looks true."
Stone, a Dior anti-aging spokeswoman, also denies doing anything to herself, then backtracks to admit she did something once.
"I have had zero, nothing done to myself: no lifting, no Botox, no injectables," she said.
"I did try something once and I saw myself in a movie and didn't like the way I looked. I thought I looked like I had a giant balloon head, and I felt it wasn't for me.