Catherine Zeta-Jones imitates Shakira in a coronavirus quarantine game of 'charades gone wrong'

Catherine Zeta-Jones is taking advantage of self-isolation and playing a few games.

The 50-year-old actress shared a video of herself playing charades on Instagram on Friday, channeling her inner Shakira.

In the video clip, Zeta-Jones holds her hands over her head while swinging her hips from side to side.

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"Charades gone wrong?" she wrote in the caption. "I was Shakira 'hips don’t lie!!' Genius! No one got it."

During her game of charades, the star rocked a black top and sparkling gold and black pants.

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Zeta-Jones joined in another game during quarantine, playing a card game called Skyjo.

Catherine Zeta-Jones played Skyjo while social distancing.

Catherine Zeta-Jones played Skyjo while social distancing. (Catherine Zeta-Jones/Instagram)

She shared a photo of the game on her story, writing "Skyjo winning hand!!!" over the image.

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The picture showed several cards laid out on a table.