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After a tough few months things are looking rosier for Catherine Zeta-Jones. Make that dazzling scarlet.
The actress, who spent five days in a clinic being treated for bi-polar disorder in April, is obviously feeling much better these days.
In a red backless gown, she stole the show as she arrived at the Tony Awards in New York, which recognise the best of American theatre.
The 41-year-old mother of two, who won a Tony last year for her role in the musical A Little Night Music, handed the best dramatic actor award to British star Mark Rylance.
Afterwards, Miss Zeta Jones, who is based in the U.S. with husband Michael Douglas, said she would love “to do a show in London”. She added: “I got my big break tap dancing in 42nd Street in London. That’s where it all started and I would love to do a show in London again but no one has asked me.”
Douglas, 66, was given the all-clear in January after battling throat cancer.
He said his health problems had “exacerbated” Miss Zeta-Jones’s disorder as she struggled to keep her British “stiff upper lip” during the ordeal.
Rylance, 51, received his award for a towering performance as a belligerent traveller in Jez Butterworth’s play Jerusalem. His victory underlined a night of triumph for British theatre at the Tonys, with the National Theatre’s production of War Horse winning six awards, including best play. - Daily Mail