Catherine Zeta-Jones has confirmed that she will be taking part in an Oscars night tribute to movie musicals.
Zeta-Jones, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2003 for her part in musical Chicago, admitted on Saturday that she was “absolutely terrified” by the prospect of taking
part in the tribute, News.com.au reported.
Promoting her cerebral thriller Side Effects in Los Angeles, the 43-year-old actress joked that she may have to try some of the pills that form the basis of her new film, to get through a live Oscars performance.
But she said that the Oscars musicals tribute could be “great fun.”
She added that she didn’t quite know the exact capacity in which she would be at the Oscars.