Catherine Zeta-Jones shares amazing throwback snaps from her time filming Chicago
Catherine Zeta-Jones took to social media to share three amazing throwback photos from her time filming Chicago.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, 13 March, Catherine shared the photos of herself to pay tribute to the winners of the Oscars 2023. The star played the iconic role of Velma Kelly in Chicago — the showgirl turned murderess — for which she won the prestigious Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2003.
On social media, Catherine shared the throwback photos from her time spent playing Velma while also honouring this year's nominees. Captioning the images, she said: "Oscars!!! 20 years ago I was fortunate to pick up a little guy for ‘Chicago’ sending congratulations to all the nominees for tonight’s celebrations!"
The 53-year old actress shared three photos from the Chicago set. The first image depicts her taking part in the opening number of the musical, All That Jazz, and sees her surrounded by dancers. The second and third shots also show her taking part in musical numbers from the film — dressed in iconic, flapper-style 1920s outfits and sporting a chic bob hairstyle.
This isn't the only throwback photo that Catherine has shared lately. The actress delighted fans with a picture of herself aged 21-years-old, on set of The Darling Buds of May, which filmed in England in the early 1990s.
Captioning this image, Catherine said: "TBT. A 21 years old me on the set of The Darling Buds of May in Kent, England. Oh those lazy, hazy, crazy days of an endless summer in ‘the garden of England’ “Perfick!”"
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