Zeta-Jones Doesn't Want Glamourous Life

We're sure Catherine Zeta-Jones is pleased as punch that she made the cover of People's "50 Most Beautiful People" issue, but the raven-haired actress is steaming mad at another mag that plans to slap her face on its glossy front page.

Zeta-Jones is the subject of an upcoming feature in Glamour, but the Welsh-born star didn't even grant an interview for the piece. Insiders tell gossip columnist Jeannette Walls that Zeta-Jones is not happy with the fashion publication, claiming that Glamour is adding insult to injury by using 2-year-old photos of the actress.

"They're making it look as though they had Catherine's cooperation, when they didn't," one insider snipes to Walls. "Catherine is very selective about where she wants to appear and she would not have given an interview to Glamour at this point in her career. It's much too downscale for her. She's threatening to sue."

Zeta-Jones' publicist tells Walls that the star is indeed "disappointed" that Glamour, which plans to put the star on its June cover, has "taken liberties" with the archaic photos. The rep says a lawsuit is not being discussed at this time.

According to one source, Glamour's decision to run an article without Zeta-Jones' blessing is an attempt to ambush rival fashion glossy Vogue, which did interview the star for its July issue.

Last week, Zeta-Jones made headlines when a London tabloid accused the 31-year-old actress of having cosmetic surgery to enhance her eyes. Those stories were denied by Zeta-Jones' camp.

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