Will Ferrell and his sons steal the show at the 65th Annual Primetime Emmys. Plus, Michael Douglas uses his Emmys acceptance speech to call attention to an unjust prison system: See Us Weekly's top stories from Monday, Sept. 23, in the daily roundup.
You stay classy, Will Ferrell. The Anchorman star took to the stage to close out the Emmys on Sunday, Sept. 22, and earned the biggest laughs of the night by trekking onstage in nothing but an old T-shirt, shorts and sandals, with his three sons following close behind.
Free Cameron Douglas? Michael Douglas used his 2013 Emmys acceptance speech as an opportunity to draw attention to what he believes to be an unjust federal prison system. The 68-year-old Behind the Candelabra actor gave a special "shout out" to his eldest son Cameron, who is serving a 10-year sentence in prison on drug charges.
Isn't she lovely? Catherine Zeta-Jones looked positively radiant on Sunday, Sept. 22, in her first red carpet appearance since news of her separation from husband Michael Douglas went public on Aug. 28. While her estranged spouse was in L.A. accepting a Primetime Emmy Award for his role in the HBO Liberace film Behind the Candelabra, the Welsh beauty, 43, was in China's Shandong province to announce the launch of a new $5 billion film studio.
Why not? After stepping out for her first official red carpet appearance with her new beau at a pre-Emmys bash, it was only right for Kaley Cuoco to bring hew boyfriend Ryan Sweeting to the actual main event! Meanwhile, Cuoco's ex Johnny Galecki made his way onto the red carpet holding hands with girlfriend Kelli Garner.
An In Memoriam segment for those Hollywood has lost has been a staple at the Emmy Awards each year — but not everyone was a fan of this year's innovation, which included a standalone tribute to Glee's Cory Monteith from costar Jane Lynch. Just days before the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards went live at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. on Sunday, Sept. 22, Jack Klugman's son, Adam Klugman, complained that the late Canadian star's tribute is an insult to the memory of his late father, who was best known for his iconic role on The Odd Couple.