Catherine Zeta-Jones flaunted her classic beauty and showed us why she is one of the most beautiful women in the world in a photo she shared as she donned an ash rose gown.
The actress looked like a goddess in her ash rose gown while sitting in a glamorous vintage-looking sofa. The Instagram photo was well-received by fans and many of them were awed by her beauty.
Some of their comments include:
“Love this dress so much”
“Stunningly beautiful, as always! Love this pic!”
“What a queen”
“Gorgeous! 1950's Hollywood Actress look from a bygone era. You've got it!”
But Catherine stripped off that classic glamour for the Lifetime’s TV film Cocaine Godmother: The Griselda Blanco Story. She portrayed the Colombian drug lord and told Variety that she was captivated by the role because she was “able to play Blanco with no apologies.”
She also said that the character “gave me my mojo back.” Prior to landing the role, the 48-year-old became insecure and lost her fearlessness.
“When roles that don’t necessarily come your way, you get insecure. Then you start questioning your judgment, start questioning your taste. Start questioning. You kind of lose what made you want to do it—that fearlessness.”
“This role solidified in me that as an actor you have to hold onto that fearless quality. I wasn’t enthralled by what I was doing or offered to do. This just instilled in me this is why I do this.”
The TV feature also stars Juan Pablo Espinosa, Warren Christie, and Raul Mendez. It is directed by Guillermo Navarro.