The “Rock of Ages” star has shown her love for dancing over the years, both in real life and on the big screen, and she has recently enjoyed herself dancing to the music of one of her favorite bands.
50-year-old actress Catherine Zeta-Jones seems to have been taking refuge in her love for dancing and for the English band Madness’ music since the COVID-19 pandemic forced us all to stay at home for longer than any of us can remember.
On September 10, 2020, Zeta-Jones took to her Instagram feed to share a candid video that shows herself freely dancing to the beat of Madness’ classic hit “Our House.”
Catherine Zeta-Jones attending the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium Los Angeles, California in January 2020. I Image: Getty Images.
On the short clip, recorded at a sunny terrace, Zeta-Jones wore a wide-brimmed fedora hat that she kept playing with as she danced, to accessorize a flower-patterned maxi dress.
“Madness, the band, who I love. A hat, I love, and a house,” the star captioned the playful post, and nearly 50,000 people have reproduced it in the first 24 hours since its publication.
LOVE FOR DANCE
Although she is clearly just having a little fun on her own in the video, Zeta-Jones already showcased her dancing skills back in 2002, when she starred on the Hollywood version of Broadway’s hit musical “Chicago.”
Early in March, when the COVID-19 pandemic put us all in quarantine at our homes, Zeta-Jones also took to her Instagram feed to use Madness’ music to share some dance moves with her fans.
“Charades gone wrong? I was Shakira “hips don’t lie!!” Genius! No one got it,” the actress captioned a video on which she danced to Madness’ “House of Fun” while wearing a pair of fitting black sequin slacks at her New York City home.
A NEW HOME
In 2019, Zeta-Jones and her husband of 20 years, 75-year-old actor Michael Douglas, with whom she shares children Carys and Dylan, moved to a new home in Westchester County, New York, valued at $4.5 million.
The house is a 1930s Georgian-style mansion built on a private 12-acre estate that Zeta-Jones was quick to make her own with her good taste for interior decorating, turning it into a perfect home for the party of four.