Catherine Zeta-Jones' comeback at Sunday's Tony Awards was all razzle and dazzle!
The actress made her first award show appearance last night in New York at the theater world's biggest night, her first since announcing her courageous battle with bipolar II disorder in April.
The 41-year-old Welsh actress, who stunned in a red sequined gown, presented Tony Awards to Mark Rylance for the play "Jerusalem" and Norbert Leo Butz for the musical "Catch Me If You Can."
The Oscar winner for the big screen version of the musical "Chicago," took home a Tony last year for the revival of Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music."
Last week, Catherine's husband Michael Douglas gave Access Hollywood an update on his ladylove and her numerous projects in the works.
"Catherine is doing 'Rock of Ages' down in Miami. She's doing a rehearsal for it now and doing the dancing stuff [and] coming back tonight," he told Access. "She's doing great. She just finished a couple of pictures in Louisiana. So, it's all good."
"Rock of Ages," which also co-stars Tom Cruise, Russell Brand and Alec Baldwin, is slated to hit theaters on June 1, 2012.
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