Cybill Shepherd, 72, is a wrinkle-free wonder at Hollywood Reporter event

Cybill Shepherd, 72, is a wrinkle-free stunner at the Hollywood Reporter event… after saying she was ‘attracted’ to Bruce Willis while moonlighting

Cybill Shepherd made a youthful appearance in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Dressed to impress in a black suit with a cherry red fringed coat, the 72-year-old Last Picture Show actress looked younger than her age as her blonde hair was perfectly styled into a flirty bob.

This comes months after she made some weird comments about her Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis, saying she was “attracted” to him.

Forever young: Cybill Shepherd made a youthful appearance in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Forever young: Cybill Shepherd made a youthful appearance in Los Angeles on Wednesday

We need his derm number: On Wednesday, the screen idol looked young.  He had no wrinkles as his porcelain skin seemed smooth while he wore light makeup.

We need his derm number: On Wednesday, the screen idol looked young. He had no wrinkles as his porcelain skin seemed smooth while he wore light makeup.

On Wednesday, the screen idol looked young.

She was wrinkle-free as her porcelain skin appeared smooth while wearing light makeup.

Her blonde hair was elegant, as it had light curls and a center part, making her look ready for her close-up.

Cybill added a black top and pants with black sneakers. An unbuttoned red suede fringe coat brightened up her look.

Fun Fashion: Dressed to impress in a black outfit with a fringed cherry red coat, the 72-year-old Last Picture Show actress looked younger than her age as her blonde hair was perfectly styled into a flirty bob

Fun Fashion: Dressed to impress in a black outfit with a fringed cherry red coat, the 72-year-old Last Picture Show actress looked younger than her age as her blonde hair was perfectly styled into a flirty bob

Earlier this year, the iconic Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with Willis, adding that she’ll “always love him.”

His Moonlighting television show aired from 1985 to 1989.

The blonde beauty opened up about her longtime friend at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles hosted by Race to Erase MS founder Nancy Davis.

Good genes or good lighting?  She seemed to say a little prayer as she smiled.

Good genes or good lighting? She seemed to say a little prayer as she smiled.

Good catch: Shepherd made some weird comments about his Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis.  The iconic blonde Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and

Good catch: Shepherd made some weird comments about his Moonlighting co-star Bruce Willis. The iconic blonde Hollywood star said she had great chemistry with the actor and “she’ll always love him”; seen in 1988

Willis announced this year that he has retired to combat aphasia.

shepherd said Extra that they were into each other.

‘My temperature rose 10 degrees. That meant two things to me: one, I was very attracted to him, two, I would never act on it, because we were both very attracted to each other.

She added: “I will always love Bruce.”

On the orange carpet: The blonde beauty opened up about her friends at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles.

On the orange carpet: The blonde beauty opened up about her friends at the annual Race to Erase MS benefit gala in Los Angeles.

The family: (L-R) Isabella Rickel, Davis, Ken Rickel and Mariella Rickel

The family: (L-R) Isabella Rickel, Davis, Ken Rickel and Mariella Rickel

And she said that he was the only guy they wanted on their TV show.

“I only have one thing to say about Bruce,” he said. “No one else was considered for the role when he walked into the room.”

In late March, Willis’s family announced that he had stopped acting due to aphasia.

In a statement, his family said: “To Bruce’s incredible supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is affecting his cognitive abilities.”

Her little girl: Cybill was on Race To Erase MS because her daughter Clementine has the disease, she said.

Her little girl: Cybill was on Race To Erase MS because her daughter Clementine has the disease, she said. “I remember the day I went with my daughter Clementine to the University of California, San Francisco, to one of the multiple sclerosis experts, and it was positive,” she shared.

Cybill was in Race To Erase MS because her daughter Clementine has the disease, she said.

“I remember the day I went with my daughter Clementine to the University of California, San Francisco, to one of the multiple sclerosis experts, and it was positive,” she shared.

Although he has done very well. He couldn’t ask for more. My dear Clementine.