Renee Zellweger remains cautious and wears a surgical mask while running errands during the coronavirus crisis
Renee Zellweger has received critical acclaim and a number of best actress awards for her portrayal of Judy Garland in the biopic Judy.
And on Friday, just seven weeks after taking home a coveted Oscar for her performance, the actress stepped out of her home quarantine amid the corona virus crisis to pick up some supplies.
Zellweger chose to remain cautious in these uncertain times and covered her face with a surgical mask during her brief stop at a supermarket in the Calabasas neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Coronavirus crisis: Renee Zellweger, 50, wore a surgical mask when she went shopping in the Calabasas neighborhood of Los Angeles on Friday
Wearing the mask along with sunglasses made the Texas Native almost unrecognizable as she walked in and out of the store.
She also seemed to prefer casual comfort on this day, dressed in black leggings with a long blue sweatshirt running down her hips.
Rounding out her ensemble, the 50-year-old with blue sneakers and a Texas Longhorns baseball cap.
Who is that girl? Wearing the mask along with sunglasses made the Texas Native almost unrecognizable as she walked in and out of the supermarket.
The actress She also chose casual comfort, dressed in black leggings with a long blue sweatshirt that came down her hips, sneakers and a baseball cap
Zellweger seemed to be at the top of the world on the career front during the award season, taking home numerous trophies for Judy, including the Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, BAFTA and Academy Award.
With the win, she became only the seventh actress to win an Oscar in both acting categories and the fourth to win the best actress after the best supporting actress.
Her other win was in 2004 for Cold Mountain.
High Career: The actress was seemingly the best in the world in her career with her Oscar for Best Actress for Judy, just weeks before the WHO declared the corona virus a pandemic.
She previously received Best Actress nominations in 2003 for Chicago and 2002 for Bridget Jones’s Diary.
Zellweger just intensified the promotional pressure for Judy’s release in Japan around the time the corona virus was declared a pandemic in early March.
Of course, that World Health Organization (WHO) statement was the move that led to home quarantine in many countries around the world.
When the World Changed: Zellweger Just Boosted Promotional Pressure for Judy’s Release in Japan, About the Time the Corona Virus Was Declared a Pandemic in early March