Susan Sarandon has been snapped on the red carpet in Cannes just hours after she shared a risque year-old throwback picture of herself at the same event. Hollywood actress Sarandon posted the shot of herself on social media, and it shows her topless and perched on the balcony of a hotel. The star is dressed in white trousers and casual New Balance trainers, with only a black tailored jacket to cover her modesty. The throwback photo was taken at the Cannes Film Festival and, on Thursday, Sarandon appeared to take inspiration from her previous monochrome look as she attended the same event on the French Riviera. Sarandon was all smiles for the waiting photographers and casually gave a thumbs-up before heading inside to watch the movie. Earlier this week, Sarandon was pictured with her cleavage proudly on show at the Cannes Opening Night Gala.
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Susan Sarandon is resting and recuperating after suffering a nasty fall that left her with a concussion and fractured nose. The year-old actress revealed her injury and shared several gnarly photos of her bruised face on Friday, one day ahead of her highly-anticipated appearance with President hopeful Bernie Sanders. Posting a few snaps on her social media, Susan Sarandon is seen with a black and blue knot on her forehead. In another pic, the Academy Award winner is laying in bed displaying a black eye and fractured nose. Downplaying the fall by calling it a "little slip," the "Butterfly in The Typewriter" actress told her 1.
Susan Sarandon is a rare breed of woman with a beauty that has defied time itself. And not smoking is really important. But I guess good genes. I thank my mother.