With dual personality traits revealed on stage during her recent Broadway premier, Catherine Zeta-Jones was forced to answer questions about styles of speech and mannerisms matching those of famous satirical writer Carina-Eta.
Names seemingly designed to be smudged mirror images of each other, the similarities between what was assumed to be two separate people became obvious to all who witnessed Zeta-Jones performance this weekend. Though the musical titled, "A Little Night Music" features mostly Sondheim lyrics and music, Zeta-Jones also brought her own personality to the role of Desiree Armfeldt.
"It was that personality that gave her away for who she truly was", says BBC critic Myron Appletoe. "It was clear that Ms. Zeta-Jones was also Spoof writer Carina-Eta. I'm as sure of it as I am about the safety of my own virginity".
"I'm not going to confirm or deny anything at this point", says Zeta-Jones who was found leaving the theater in a rush. Paparazzi did manage to capture an image of Ms. Jones in the back of her limousine, with her laptop logged into TheSpoof, though the author name was unclear in the photo.
Appletoe, who broke the story of Zeta-Jones dual role as actress and writer says, "She looks as beautiful as the day I first tossed off to her performance as 42nd Street's Peggy Sawyer in the West End back in '87. I just love the back row of the theater".