Catherine Makes Hasty
February 11, 2005
It was a Boston massacre and Catherine Zeta-Jones killed, returning to the stage to slay her audience. Surrounded by men in drag, the stunning actress was toasted and roasted by Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals.
The Oscar winner joked about her career in song, singing in part: "I'm sorry for 'The Phantom.' I made no guarantee. 'The Terminal' was lacking, but not because of me."
She tapped, she tangoed and she even did the funky chicken. And afterward, the wonder woman from Wales proudly wiggled her Hasty Pudding pot just for "Extra," revealing she plans to put the brass trophy next to her Oscar.
"And my husband's," Zeta-Jones added. "We're going to have two Academy Awards and two Puddings."
And with her husband in the audience, Catherine broke this news: "If my husband wasn't my husband, I'd really like to make a movie with Michael Douglas. But I don't know, I think it's very difficult for couples. I know Tom and Nicole did more than any acting couple. If there is one movie I would like to do with my husband it would be to remake 'The War of the Roses.' I think people would love to see us throwing plates at each other and having no domestic bliss."
Up next for Catherine is the sequel to "The Mask of Zorro," in which she'll return to her breakout role seven years later. "It was quite an emotional moment to see Antonio in his Zorro outfit for me," Zeta-Jones admitted. "It brought tears to my eyes."
She's as talented as she is beautiful, and the proof is in the Pudding.