THEY say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so Catherine Zeta-Jones should feel very honoured indeed.
As one of Hollywood's favourite stars, more and more people are now impersonating the big screen's golden girl.
And with her Oscar-winning film career, good looks, healthy bank balance and happy family life, who wouldn't want to be Catherine Zeta-Jones?
Dawn French is among those famous for their impressions of the Swansea-born actress and she's just recorded a charity show with her unique send-up of CZJ.
Although she may be a much bigger size than the Ocean's 12 star, she dons a sleek raven wig, a low-cut black dress and a perfect pout. Her routine is the highlight of the Comic Aid fundraising gig for victims of the tsunami.
A comedy version of the rock event Live Aid, it will be shown tomorrow on BBC1 and BBC2.
"Everyone was in hysterics," said a member of the audience at the recording earlier this week. "She put on a silly Welsh accent and took the mickey."
The actress is also often sent up by a number of other female impressionists, like Ronni Ancona.
Comic Aid will start on BBC1 at 9.15pm tomorrow and later switch to BBC2.