They may be separated, but Michael Douglas still thanked his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, during his Emmys speech tonight.The actor won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for Behind the Candelabra-- his first Emmy of his career. After he thanked his co-star and onscreen lover, Matt Damon -- and made some hilarious zings about their characters sexuality (Michael asked Matt if he wanted the bottom or top half of the award and said it was a "two-handed" win) -- Michael, wearing his wedding ring, thanked his wife and family."I want to thank my wife Catherine...and a shout out to my oldest son Cameron," he said. "I'm hoping that I'll be able and they'll allow me to see him soon." Cameron is currently serving time for drug possession and will not be released until early 2018.
Tina Fey Confirms She and Amy Poehler Were Approached to Host the Golden Globes AgainIn late August, Catherine's rep confirmed to Life & Style that the pair separated after 13 years of marriage."Catherine and Michael are taking some time apart to evaluate and work on their marriage," Catherine's rep told the mag. "There will be no further comment."
Merritt Wever Explains Amazing "I Gotta Go" Speech at EmmysMichael, 69, walked the carpet solo tonight. Catherine, 44, walked her first post-split red carpet in China to announce the launch of a new $5 billion film studio on Saturday.
Watch his speech below:
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