In black from head to toe to nail polish, Catherine Zeta-Jones was determined to make an impression when she flew in to Los Angeles. Undeterred, the year-old actress strode forward in the Californian sun with a floppy, Sixties-style hat, fur-trimmed coat and Christian Louboutin shoe-boots. This was in marked contrast to her year-old husband Michael Douglas whose efforts were restricted to trainers, casual trousers, cardigan and baseball cap. She said: 'The worst thing about having all these houses is that when I have an outfit and I think it's going to look great with a certain pair of shoes, I remember they're in And while the statement suggests she's just a little bit high maintenance, her step-son Cameron, 30, insists the former Darling Buds of May is incredibly grounded. Casual guy: Unlike his wife, Michael Douglas went for comfort over style. Nailed it: The actress opted for black polish to match her outfit. Share or comment on this article: Catherine Zeta-Jones goes for the dramatic all-black look but did she need to wear tights and leggings?
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Long-running West End show Chicago - which has featured an array of star names - is to close after nearly 15 years. The musical, which went on to be made into an Oscar-winning film starring Catherine Zeta Jones, will see the curtain come down on September 1. Barry Weissler, who has produced the show along with his wife Fran in New York, London and other locations around the world, said: "Bringing Chicago to the West End was a pivotal moment in Fran's and my career. We may be taking our parting shots for now, but the Razzle Dazzle will never fade. Composer John Kander said: "The fact that the London audience has embraced our show for 15 years fills me with gratitude and pride.
As the bare legs culture grew in popularity among non-celebrities, naturally, more and more actresses and entertainers jumped on the bandwagon, too. It was almost as if celebs felt obligated to sport the new fashion look since they are expected to be the trendsetters in such things, and it had become clear that anti-pantyhose fever already was firmly established among the general population. Today, entertainers appear to be split on the wearing of pantyhose. Already this year, stars wearing pantyhose has been a frequent scene in many TV programs, movies and entertainment venues.