We saw a lot of fun musical performances at last night's Oscars, but one of the most memorable ones was Catherine Zeta-Jones's fierce performance of "All That Jazz." The 43-year-old actress looked amazing replicating her moves from 2002's Chicago, and it is absolutely worth a second look to see Zeta-Jones dancing up a storm. Watch it, and to see the whole Oscar show online, it's available on ABC.com, the ABC player for iOS, and Hulu Plus.
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The 2013 Oscars red carpet shimmered as celebrities showed off their glamorous style in a range of metallic gowns. Stacy Keibler highlighted her enviable figure in a silver-studded Naeem Khan racerback creation; Renée Zellweger stunned in a liquid gold Carolina Herrera gown; and Naomi Watts's silver-sequined Armani Privé confection proved unforgettable. Meanwhile, Jennifer Hudson opted for a sexy metallic blue Roberto Cavalli gown and Bond girl Naomie Harris took the eco-friendly route in a chic gold gown made out of recycled zippers and chocolate candy wrappers (yes, you read correctly). Click on to see all the high-shine looks from the Academy Awards right now.
The makeup on the Oscars red carpet was surprisingly tame, with starlets sticking to mainly neutral tones. But the one sparkling shade that kept appearing on the lids of actress after actress was metallic bronze eye shadow. Catherine Zeta-Jones, Naomie Harris, and Kristen Stewart all wore the warm-hued trend, which made their complexions look lit from within.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones glimmered on tonight's red carpet in a golden Zuhair Murad gown. Her dress got its high shine from decadent metallic beadwork, which swirled around its strapless silhouette and transitioned into the skirt's sheer panels. The opulence continued to her jewelry — she wore more than 200 carats of naturally colored diamonds from Lorraine Schwartz, valued at a whopping $1 million! Are you a fan of her red-carpet look?
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Catherine Zeta-Jones arrived at the Oscars wearing a Zuhair Murad gown. Catherine earned an Oscar back in 2002 for her supporting role in the musical film Chicago, and tonight she will reunite with her costars, Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, and Renée Zellweger, to present one of the awards. Catherine's husband, Michael Douglas, has two Oscar wins under his belt and is also on the list of celebrities presenting at the Academy Awards. He looked dapper in a Canali suit as he led his wife down the carpet.
Catherine first attended the awards in 1998, and we've looked forward to seeing what she wears on the red carpet ever since. Let us know what you think of Catherine's gown, and many more red-carpet looks, with our Oscars fashion and beauty polls.
Rooney Mara was joined by her costars Channing Tatum, Jude Law, and Catherine Zeta-Jones for the New York premiere of Side Effects last night. She wore a white Alexander McQueen dress and Nicholas Kirkwood pumps while Catherine donned a black lace Michael Kors frock. Catherine's husband, Michael Douglas, walked her down the red carpet, which included visits from some of New York's fashion elite, like Donna Karan and Rachel Roy. Kate Mara joined her sister, Rooney, at the event after Rooney attended Kate's House of Cards premiere on Wednesday. It's been a busy week for the duo, who have both been doing press for their two new releases. Rooney attended a Side Effects Q&A with director Steven Soderbergh and Jude in the Big Apple earlier this week and Kate made the party rounds for her new series in DC and NYC. House of Cards hits Netflix today while Side Effects will open in theaters on Feb. 8.
Good news if you thought that 2010's surprise hit about retired black-ops agents Red was a great time, because Bruce Willis and co. are back for another spin. Though Frank (Willis) is happy living a relaxed, nonviolent life with Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), he gets pulled back into another mission by Marvin (John Malkovich) and Victoria (Helen Mirren). This time, the villain is a glam and mysterious Catherine Zeta-Jones, whose character appears to have a rather intimate past with Frank (or she's just really, really friendly).
The sequel has the same kind of quirkiness as the original and plenty of action, but as with the first installment, the real draw here looks like Mirren, who's both beautiful and badass as a former CIA agent. Red 2 comes out Aug. 1, and you can get a look at the trailer now after the jump.