Catherine Zeta-Jones recently took a break from a salon session in New York City to get a smoke, something that probably millions of people do on a daily basis but when she does it the picture became major news on social media. Her smoking is likely considered 'major' news in part because her husband, actor Micheal Douglas, is a throat cancer survivor which he blamed on heavy smoking and she is one of the most talented and attractive actresses in Hollywood, a fantasy woman for many men but the fact remains that her picture was 'splashed' all over the news as she hid out and smoked a cigarette (Daily Mail - June 12).
Her picture being shared throughout the Internet and sparking much conversation about her decision in various social media conversations is an example of the price of being famous according to some entertainment fans and is probably resulting in various Hollywood agents asking their clients if it is something they really want?
When an actress is an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award winner and is married to one of the most successful actors in Hollywood that person will generally has to accept living in a 'fishbowl' as part of their way of life.
The good part of being known as one of the top actresses in Hollywood is that it likely helps a person attract the interest of filmmakers for much desired projects such as "The Godmother" in which she plays the renowned Colombian female drug lord Griselda Blanco and the comedy project "Dad's Army" but the bad part is most of her indiscretions are also caught by the media.
Almost every person understands what it is like to get doing something they should not be doing and the 'fun' conversation that follows when one is confronted with the situation which is why some of the fans of this Welsh beauty admit to wishing they could be a 'fly on the wall' when such a conversation likely took place between her, Micheal Douglas and her children following the release of the picture.
Catherine Zeta-Jones, a superstar actress who being 'caught' having a cigarette illustrates the lack of privacy that comes with being a Hollywood superstar in 2015.