Hustler’s 'Untrue Hollywood Stories: Oprah' Hits Streets Feb. 1

Lyla Katz
LOS ANGELES — “Hustler’s Untrue Hollywood Stories: Oprah," starring performer Misty Stone, hits streets Feb. 1.

The new Hustler parody is directed by Stuart Canterbury and features Stone in various sexual situations as the talk show queen and also touches on rumors of her special relationship with friend Gayle (played by Bella Moretti).

“I loved playing Oprah baby, this was a real fun shoot," Stone said.

"First they put me in a fat suit, but then I take a diet pill that slims me down, but the catch is it has one particular side effect: it make me really horny. All the scenes were great, but my favorite had to be the three-way scene with Bella Moretti and Carlo Carrera, it was hot.”

Stone also has her own line of mocha-colored Fleshlights and is nominated for Female Performer of the Year Award at the upcoming 2011 XBIZ Awards.