Catherine Zeta-Jones is nervous about walking down the red carpet whenever she goes to awards ceremonies - because she's terrified of being attacked for her fashion choices.
The Oscar-winning actress admits that she feels more pressure to look good than win awards at star-studded events.
She says, "Just being 'the actress', usually if you walk down a red carpet you have like 20 people from different magazines critiquing you: 'What she wore.' 'Was it a faux pas?'
"For example, the Oscars: I'm more nervous walking down the red carpet because of somebody saying how awful I look, or whatever. The actual thing is about your peers and people being applauded for their body of work. I think people make far too much of the whole glamour thing in our industry."