Susan Sarandon was photographed on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival just hours after she shared a 39-year-old throwback picture of herself online. The Hollywood actress posted dozens of photos on her Instagram account to create excitement among fans.

In one of the pictures, she is shown topless and perching on the balcony of her hotel room. The Sun has reported that Susan wore white trousers and a simple shirt in her throwback picture. It was taken at the 1978 Cannes, and Sarandon shared it before her appearance on the red carpet.

Sarandon at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival

The 70-year-old appeared on the red carpet after taking inspiration from her previous monochrome look.

This year, she kept the things simple yet elegant by wearing a white blouse, a floor-length skirt, and a black jacket. She topped off her looks with a pair of stiletto heels and glamorous sunglasses. Susan Sarandon is widely famous for her adorable smile, awesome personality, slim figure, and great facial features.

“The Thelma and Louise” star says that she had a great time at Cannes, and will upload a couple of pictures on Instagram this weekend. Once she finished her turn, Susan returned from the event and prepared to fly home to the United States. This Friday, she flaunted her curves in a bold Alberta Ferretti gown while walking the red carpet at Cannes.

She wows in a topless throwback photo

No doubt, Susan Sarandon wows the fans and media in a topples throwback picture.

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The actress chose a backless green gown for the main event and looked quite hot.

Born in October 1946, Susan is a famous actor and activist. She is best known for her works on “Joe,” “A World Apart,” “The Client,” “Dead Man Walking,” “The Client,” “Pretty Baby,” “The Hunger,” and “The Meddler.”

The actress made her Broadway debut in “An Evening with Richard Nixon” in 1972 and won several nominations for her amazing performance. Later, she played the leading characters in “A Coupla White Chicks Sitting around Talking,” “Extremities,” and “Exit the King,” and rose to limelight in no time. On television, Susan received five Emmy Award nominations for her roles in “Malcolm in the Middle” and “Friends.”

She married Chris Sarandon in September 1967 but got separated in 1979 due to undisclosed reasons. Later, she dated director Louis Malle, followed by her relationship with Franco Amurri, with whom she has a daughter named Eva Amurri.