Shirley Bassey: 'I taught Catherine Zeta-Jones to dance'


Shirley Bassey and Catherine Zeta-Jones have spoken to BBC News about performing at the Oscars.

Bassey performed Goldfinger nearly 50 years since she first recorded the song for the 1964 Bond film of the same name.

The star of the evening was Daniel Day-Lewis who made Oscars history by becoming the first person to win the best actor prize three times.

The British-born star, who had been the runaway favourite, was rewarded for his role in Steven Spielberg's Lincoln.

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