Catherine Zeta-Jones Returns to the Spotlight at Tony Awards After Battling Bipolar Disorder
Coming off of a difficult year, Catherine Zeta-Jones made her return to the stage last night at the 2011 Tony Awards. A lot has changed since she nabbed the Tony for Best Leading Actress in a Musical in 2010, but Catherine stood strong and radiated in a red dress as she seized the spotlight for the first time since going public with her battle with bipolar disorder.
Catherine, who made the crossover from film to Broadway last year in her Tony Award-winning role in A Little Night Music — stunned in a red Elie Saab gown at last night's ceremony when she took the stage to present two awards.
She gave Tonys to leading men Mark Rylance for the play Jerusalem and Norbert Leo Butz for the musical Catch Me If You Can.
Catherine talked about her love for the theater, before presenting.
"I got my big break tap dancing in 42nd Street in London," she shared. "That's where it all started and I would love to do a show in London again but no one has asked me."
It's great to see the actress in the spotlight again!
Watch her win and perform at the 2010 Tony Awards in the clips below!
"Send in the Clowns" — A Little Night Music