Catherine Zeta-Jones enjoyed the 93rd Academy Awards from the comfort of her own home, and the Welsh star donned a silk outfit for the occasion – her finest pair of pyjamas!
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Just before the Oscars took place, the actress took to her Instagram Stories to share a selection of photographs featuring her past red carpet looks. From a red Versace number that she wore in 1999 right through to 2013's Zuhair Murad dress with golden sequins. Then, Catherine concluded with her look for Sunday's Oscars show – a pair of silk pyjamas that she was sporting at home.
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The actress appeared to be makeup free in the black-and-white selfie which also showed her voluminous locks hanging loosely on her shoulders.
Earlier in the week, Catherine shared another snap from inside her luxury home, with another casual ensemble. The star's striking outfit included patterned pumps, a simple navy T-shirt and a pair of stunning navy and white striped trousers.
Catherine Zeta-Jones wore her pjs to watch the Oscars
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Meanwhile, on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday, many stars had ultra-glamorous looks, including Zendaya's eye-catching yellow dress, Reese Witherspoon's stunning red gown and Halle Berry's gorgeous purple Dolce & Gabbana dress.
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The Oscars are the most prestigious night in Hollywood. From red carpet glamour to dramatic speeches, outfit faux pas and *that* iconic selfie – the annual awards show is always a night to remember. Usually held in February, the ceremony was pushed back by two months this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Catherine often shares snaps within her grand home
The production has had to adhere to many COVID-secure rules, including limiting members of the audience to just 170 - a far cry from the thousands that would usually fill one venue. Attendees are also required to take at least three COVID-19 tests ahead of the night and have their temperatures taken at the door before entry is permitted.
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