Hollywood star Catherine Zeta-Jones picked up
Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year award Feb. 10, honoring her
lasting and impressive contribution to the world of entertainment.
The Ocean’s Twelve beauty was due to parade through Harvard Square dressed in
drag with members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals drama group, but rain
prevented her from following tradition.
During the prestigious ceremony, Zeta-Jones sang a song from her
Oscar-winning performance in Chicago, poking fun at herself with the improvised
lines, “Give me four more Oscars or I’ll make The Haunting 2. When you’re good
to Catherine, Catherine’s good to you.”
Michael Douglas was in the audience when his wife accepted her award,
comparing it to, “The 10 hours I labored to give birth to my children.”
Tim Robbins will receive his Man of the Year award next week.
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