Catherine Zeta-Jones proved that her hips don’t lie during a charades game night gone wrong. The 50-year-old actress flaunted her insane body while moving her hips to the beat of her own drum on Friday night, revealing that she was channeling singer Shakira, who’s known for her unbelievable dance moves. Michael Douglas‘ gorgeous wife proved she’s still got it all these years later, even though she said her mesmerizing hip-shaking didn’t go over well with the family as they try and keep themselves entertained while practicing self-distancing.
Dancing with confidence, Catherine Zeta-Jones showcased her slim figure while wearing a black sweatshirt and highlighting her hips in matching sequined pants. Shaking her thang to Madness’ 1982 hit, “House of Fun,”
she showed off her electric dance moves to her 3.3 million Instagram followers. “Charades gone wrong?” the “Mask of Zorro” actress said. “I was Shakira “hips don’t lie!! Genius! No one got it. ?.” While Catherine Zeta-Jones’ famous family may not have guessed right, her fans were clearly impressed with her hip-shaking abilities.
The actress’ Shakira video has already collected over 250k likes with almost 1k comments. “Could also be Genie in a Bottle,” one fan wrote, referencing Christina Aguilera‘s 1999 hit, to which Catherine Zeta-Jones replied, “they didn’t get that far ?.” Another wrote, “Better than Shakira I’d say” adding several clapping hand emojis. “Shake it don’t break it,” a third laughed. “God you are still so gorgeous,” responded someone else. Of course, Shakira is the queen of hip-shaking which was evident when she joined forces with J Lo during this year’s Super Bowl halftime.
The singer flaunted her Colombian curves on the stage with the “Jenny From The Block” singer. Singing her hit “Hips Don’t Lie” while moving her hips at a rapid rate, Super Bowl viewers were torn on the performance with some believing the ladies halftime was “too sexy.” Over 1,300 football fans filed complaints with the FCC calling their performance “highly indecent,” “offensive and inappropriate for kids,” “pornographic,” and “WAY too close showing cleavage and butts.” This level of outrage hadn’t been matched since Janet Jackson’s 2004 nip slip with Justin Timberlake.