Social media users expressed concern about Catherine Zeta Jones after she posted a photo on Instagram that they not only said made her look gaunt but also left them questioning whether or not she'd had had too much cosmetic work done on her face.
Sporting a plunging black sleeveless top, natural makeup on smooth skin and long, full eyelashes, the 48-year-old actress snapped what she captioned as a "quick car selfie" on Nov. 18.
While a number of folks called her "beautiful" and "gorgeous," the image left others asking questions like, "What happened to your face?"
"[She looks like] another person really, she f**ked up her face," one person wrote.
Another said they weren't a fan of her "new face," while somebody else said it looked like she had "too [many] surgeries," and one person said it was "not a good look."
"So sad for you, your face is so changed," added one Instagram user.
"Yet another celebrity with too much money -- Catherine did not need plastic surgery and now she has had so much she is hardly recognizable," somebody chimed in.
One called her an "old woman," and another user even said that "her beauty and perfection" has rapidly "depreciated" in the last six years.
"Put some weight on before you fade to nothing girl," said another, presumably referring to her noticeably thinner face, which has slimmed down considerably from her younger days.
"You look so thin," echoed one follower. "Eat some yummy food and gain a few pounds."
Zeta Jones has not spoken publicly about whether or not she has had any work done, though the "Mask of Zorro" star said in early 2016 that she swears by something a little simpler than Botox.
"I'm finding, just from traveling from New York and being in heated hotel rooms, my skin feels like a Walker's crisp at the moment," she said at the time, according to The Telegraph. "I've been using some argan oil just to saturate my skin at night, so it has some nourishment as I sleep, to start the day a little bit more hydrated."
Argan oil or not, the Elizabeth Arden spokeswoman was acutely aware of the need to maintain a youthful appearance in order to continue to get roles on the big screen.
"I have been in this business since I was nine years old, and have heard the same thing throughout different parts of my career," she explained. "Then, hello, I'm in my 40s... and it's true. It's not that there aren't great stories to be told about women in their 40s, it's just that the big bosses in Hollywood feel that the demographic of moviegoers are less interested."