Catherine Zeta-Jones, who has been "taking some time apart" from her husband Michael Douglas, recently talked about Douglas' Best Actor trophy at the Emmys. Speaking to Access Hollywood at the NYC Dance Alliance Foundation Gala in New York City, Zeta-Jones said, "I'm thrilled for him. It was wonderful - so well-deserved."
Zeta-Jones, who wore a gray hand-embroidered floral Dennis Basso gown at the Sunday, September 29 event, also gushed over her children's talent in the interview. "My daughter dances. My son dances. He doesn't do lessons, but he's got the moves! I don't know where he gets them from - Michael's a good dancer too, so I can't say it's all me," she joked.
Recent report suggested that Zeta-Jones and Douglas lived together again after the actor said that he and his wife were "working things out, talking." A source close to the couple told U.K.'s The Sun, "Michael's asked Catherine to give things another try and she's agreed. It's not just for the sake of the children. When they're good, they're amazing together, so they're hammering out their issues at their home. It's good news and Catherine is on top of the world."
Douglas, who won the trophy for his his portrayal of Liberace in HBO movie "Behind the Candelabra", thanked Zeta-Jones for her support and mentioned his son Cameron in his acceptance speech after receiving the prize. "And a shout-out to my oldest son Cameron, but hopefully I'll be able to see him soon," he said onstage.