Michael Douglas' Emmy win on Sunday night may have been a big professional victory for the Behind the Candelabra star, but it looks like he may have an even bigger one to look forward to on the home front: a reconciliation with wife Catherine Zeta-Jones? Michael and Catherine, who informally separated after 13 years of marriage in August, have refrained from filing paperwork that would enter the pair into a legally binding separation or move them toward divorce proceedings.
And here you thought Luciana Barroso (and maybe Jimmy Kimmel) was your biggest competition in f*@#ing Matt Damon. Not even close. The father of four daughters, ages 2, 4, 6 and 14, gushes to YourTango, "It's great to kiss Michael Douglas. There are only a few of us who know how great it is. Catherine knows. I know."
Even though Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones haven't been photographed together since April, we were always rooting for them as a symbol of hope in a town where press tours last longer than celebrity marriages. It seems, however, that after 13 years their marriage may be crumbling beneath them.
As Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week officially starts today in New York, (celebrated with tonight's Fashion's Night Out), we're getting ready to spot some famous faces in stores and sitting in the front rows at Lincoln Center. While we typically see female celebs coming out to support their favorite designers, it's always great to spot a celebrity couple. Knowing that they're bonding over their appreciation for expertly designed couture and ready-to-wear items proves that love and fashion really do go hand-in-hand.
As far as difficult years go, Catherine Zeta-Jones has had a particularly tough 12 months. In the midst of raising her children and helping her husband, Michael Douglas, beat cancer, the stress finally caught up with her this week. She checked herself into a mental health facility to treat bipolar disorder, bringing an under-the-radar disease into the spotlight. As it turns out, it's far more common than you probably think. Zeta-Jones is just one of more than six million Americans who suffer from bipolar disorder—approximately one in 40 people—and even more cases of men and women experiencing this form of depression have gone undetected. If your partner is, or could be, suffering from bipolar disorder, then here's how you can help lend some support.
Michael Douglas may be celebrating a clean bill of health after successfully conquering throat cancer, but his seemingly stable wife Catherine Zeta-Jones is having some serious health issues of her own. Just yesterday her rep confirmed that the stunningly beautiful Oscar winner had checked in to the Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut to treat her bipolar II disorder, but the National Inquirer is saying that she's really there for some substance detox. It's certainly a surprising move for the publicly classy actress, but after the hellish year she's had, who can blame her?
Is Michael Douglas' Ex-Wife As Greedy As She Seems?: It really is as she says -- that Bernie Madoff thing affected her. So, she was just claiming what's hers. Puh-leeze! She wanted her fifteen minutes since there was so much hype around Michael Douglas Bernie Madoff had nothing to do with it -- she just blew through her money
Over the years, thanking your significant other has become commonplace at award ceremonies. Now, we just expect to hear some spouse-gratitude in pretty much every acceptance speech. But luckily, scattered between all the average shout-outs, are some super-sweet moments laced with a touch of romantic sentiment. With this list, we count down our top ten favorites.
Following the ups and downs of lives of celebrity relationships is often like watching a real-life romantic comedy, or, in some cases, a romantic drama. From marriages going combust (Sandra Bullock and Jesse James) to new celeb couples (Blake Lively and Ryan Gosling), and from quick flings (Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner) to enduring love stories (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner), there was no shortage of tabloid-worthy plot twists this year. And although there are so many celeb pairs to choose from, we’ve managed to chisel out who we think were the most fascinating couples of 2010.
Don’t mess with Michael Douglas. If there’s one thing to take away from this story, it’s that Michael Douglas, much like his character Gordon Gekko, does not like to be screwed over. The actor who stars in the upcoming Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps may be undergoing chemotherapy for throat cancer, but he is not going to let that delay his court battle with his ex-wife, Diandra Douglas, who is suing him for the millions he’s estimated to make from the Wall Street sequel.
Although most of us Yankees will be celebrating the United States' independence from Great Britain, there are some who have bridged the gap between our countries with love. Here now is a list of famous Americans who have pledged allegiance to their British spouses.
Diandra Douglas, ex-wife of Michael Douglas, must have seen Wall Street one too many times because she's really taking that whole "greed is good" bit seriously. Although Michael forked over $45 million to Diandra in their 2000 divorce settlement, Diandra's lawyers are now claiming that the settlement entitles her to not only a portion of Michael's earnings from movies made while they were still married (including Wall Street), but also a chunk of any money earned from said movies' spin-offs.
This Sunday Broadway takes the night off to celebrate the year's best plays, musicals and performances. And we take a night off from soccer to celeb-spot and try and count how many Law & Order (RIP!) guest stars we can find among the nominees. There will also be a number of gorgeous Hollywood couples among the Tony attendees. Here are a few of our favorite sexy pairs.
In an upcoming interview with Elle magazine, the once-noted lothario Michael Douglas dishes about all the sex he had as a young whipper snapper. While completely avoiding all talk of his son's legal troubles and subsequent jail time, Douglas spends most of the interview fondly recalling the times he had enough stamina to hold down two ladies a night. He then goes on to drop a Mrs. Robinson bomb, admitting that two women nearly twice his sixteen years taught him everything thing he needed to know about women, two at a time or otherwise. "I was 16, they were 30..." and "friends of my mother's," says the now 65-year-old actor about the day he presumably was coerced into group sex with family friends.
The UK has long resisted the siren call of the prenup. But after national treasure Sir Paul McCartney had to pay that harpy like $50 million they're rethinking things. So it may be a lot tougher to make a go of it in the divorce capital of the world, gold diggers