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Catherine Zeta Jones showed off her legs in a rare public appearance with Michael Douglas

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Catherine Zeta Jones showed off her long legs, yesterday, as she stepped out for a rare public appearance with Michael Douglas at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York.

Catherine Zeta Jones, 42, was in New York to watch Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performance, and was dressed to impress.

The actress dazzled the crowds in a short, dark blue lace dress which she teamed with a pair of gold colored heels.

Catherine Zeta Jones showed off her legs in the revealing outfit as she joined her husband Michael Douglas at the VIP entrance to the concert.

Michael Douglas, 67, also looked good in a black suit, which had red lining, and a matching shirt and shoes.

The silver-haired actor appeared to be in good health and he even stopped to pose for a few pictures.

Catherine Zeta Jones showed off her long legs, yesterday, as she stepped out for a rare public appearance with Michael Douglas at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York

Catherine Zeta Jones showed off her long legs, yesterday, as she stepped out for a rare public appearance with Michael Douglas at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York

Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas were not the only stars at the gig as heavyweight names Tom Hanks, Bette Midler, and Michael J. Fox were among the other celebrities in attendance.

The event was the E Street Band’s debut concert at the venue, and it was sponsored by SiriusXM.

The night marked the 10-year anniversary of satellite radio and the show also raised funds for WhyHunger, a New York City anti-poverty group.

It was also the first public performance by the band without late saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died in June 2011.

After beating throat cancer, last year, Michael Douglas has started to make his way back to work.


Earlier this month it was announced that Michael Douglas had agreed to appear in an FBI commercial against financial crime.

He warns that Wall Street was fiction but that the problem of insider trading is real and cannot be allowed to continue.