Free, Hot and Lucky: 3 Stars On How Age Makes Them Feel - AARP
Country music legend Loretta Lynn can sing what she wants to. Alfre Woodard feels like she did when she was head cheerleader, and Sharon Stone just feels lucky to be alive. The three stars share their thoughts and perspectives on life.
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