Catherine Zeta Jones prepares the world for her supreme hotness

Filed under: Your Pregnancy, Work Life, Bump Watch, Life & Style, Celeb Parents


According to Perez Hilton's website, actress, academy award winner, wife to Michael Douglas, and, yes, mother of two, Catherine Zeta Jones has advised the world they haven't even seen all her hotness yet. World watch out.

You'll recall he hotness pre-baby, in films like The Mask of Zorro. You will call her to mind fondly when her hotness exuded during pregnancy when she starred in Traffic and picked up her Oscar looking like she was literally about to go into labor.

Now CZJ is letting us know that in her next movie she'll be bearing a lot more than we've seen of her recently, and that she plans on playing Grandmas about the time I actually am one. Quotes Zeta-Jones, "...I haven't actually reached my sexiest point yet." Dayum. That's just...ballsy.

And I have to tell you, I report this to you not because it necessarily has to do with parenting, but does having a kid mean that we stop being hot? NO. It doesn't. It doesn't for CZJ and it shouldn't have to for us either.

I remember reading a long time ago about how she said she felt her sexiest when she was pregnant. That there was just something about being with child that made her feel more like a woman--and a sexy one, I guess--than at any other time.

That's hot.

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