UPDATED - ROLL CALL: Celebrities Undress For The Holidays
First Published: December 21, 2009 5:15 PM EST Credit: WireImage
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
In honor of today’s winter solstice, we’re dishing up something short, sweet and a bit nippy!
Did Catherine Zeta-Jones Show Broadway Her Girls?: Catherine Zeta-Jones is making a splash currently on Broadway, getting rave reviews in Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music.” And according to the New York Post’s Page Six, the actress inadvertently flashed the left side of the orchestra recently while opening her kimono onstage. “I couldn’t believe it. No wonder Michael Douglas looks so happy. The couple sitting next to me also saw it and poked each other,” a patron told the paper. However, a publicist for the show tells Access Hollywood that this gossip is completely false! “Catherine is never ‘naked’ in any part of (the show),” the rep tells us. “For the scene referenced in (the Post’s) article she is, and always has been, completely covered in flesh colored undergarments.” So, it seems that future theatergoers shouldn’t necessarily worry too much about what side of the theater their seated on for future performances.
Alec Baldwin: I Would Do Anything For Nancy – But I Won’t Do That!: Alec Baldwin shows quite a bit of flesh in the upcoming Nancy Meyers-directed rom-com, “It’s Complicated,” but the “30 Rock” star employed the help of a stunt butt for his revealing scenes. “He said, ‘Mine’s beautiful. However, I don’t want to do that.’” the director recently told USA Today. Meryl, who remains mostly covered in the movie, only shows some shoulder – Oscar winning shoulders mind you!
A Holiday Eww: Lindsay Lohan spent the weekend on the beach in Santa Barbara – reminding the world why Santa hats are never cool.
A Holiday Moment Worth Your Click!: And in an effort to erase that LiLo Santa Hat beach mess from your memory, we give you Zac Efron, kids, puppies and snow – everything the holidays should really be all about!
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