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2013-12-14 09:00
Susan Sarandon
Los Angeles - Susan Sarandon got "stoned" before going to most award shows.

The Oscar-winning actress has revealed she enjoyed getting high on marijuana before ''almost all'' of the red carpet events and glitzy ceremonies she has attended in the past.

Asked to name a Hollywood event that she showed up to stoned, the 67-year-old star laughed and told Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Wednesday: "Only one?"

She then added: "I would say almost all except the Oscars."

The Cloud Atlas star has been nominated for an Oscar five times and also received eight Golden Globes and four Emmy nominations over the course of her 43-year career.

Susan split from Tim Robbins in 2009, with whom she has two sons, Jack, 24, and 21-year-old Miles, and admitted earlier this year that she was shocked when he ended their 23 year relationship.

The Stepmom star previously said: "I didn't think it would ever happen. You need your girlfriends. You need to take long walks until you're exhausted and no longer crying out and you hold on until a new dawn."

Susan has since found love again with entrepreneur Jonathan Bricklin - who at 36 is three decades younger than her.

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