Monday, December 7, 2009

Does she or doesn't she?

You know I have complained bitterly about how Catherine Zeta-Jones seems to be getting younger and younger than me every year, when I know that in reality the woman is older than me. Now that's she in A Little Night Music on Broadway, she's finally getting tagged a lot closer to her real age, but through some incredible publicist or otherworldly powers, she manages to shine the fact-checking New York Times apple, too!

“A Little Night Music,” with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by Hugh Wheeler, is in large part about aging and mortality, and traditionally the part of Desiree, a famous actress at a turning point in her career, has gone to someone older than Ms. Zeta-Jones, who is 40 but looks younger.

It just goes on and on here.
Internet gossip is that she was caught in a background check by the White House in 1999 and that her real age is +10. For those of you who have seen Beth in person, she's giving CZJ a run for her money. Or her night cream!

1 comment:

Beth Tondreau said...

I think it's hysterical that CZJ (also love the initials) is starring in "A Little Night Cream." Send in the age-checking clowns.