These two have been through the ringer, and Michael Douglas is opening up about all that they’ve survived.
He previously said how he thought he got throat cancer, and now he's talking about Catherine Zeta Jones’ bipolar disorder.
His gorgeous wife recently returned home to her hubby, but while he was waiting, the Behind The Candelabra star said:
It looks like the silver-tongued Michael Douglas is backtracking a little bit on some cunnilingus-related comments he recently made!
The Candelabra created a bit of stir when he revealed that his throat cancer was caused by oral sex! But now he's trying to clear the air and says the whole thing was a misunderstanding!
Michael's rep released a statement saying:
Before we get into anything, let us just say WHO CARES who the HPV came from that caused Michael Douglas's throat cancer? More important is the lesson learned!
HPV is a super common issue affecting both men and women, and the last thing we want is to promote a negative stereotype or to cause someone emotional distress if they were the source of something like this. Seriously, it's more important to let everyone know that it's preventable, as there IS a vaccine that exists!
Do NOT live in shame! There's no need!
Anyway, people seem to be looking for someone to blame in Michael Douglas' throat cancer case (which he defeated, mind you!) and fingers are being pointed at BOTH his ex-wife, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Now feeling the heat, Michael's ex-wife Diandra (who divorced him in 2000) says she does NOT have HPV.
We can't be the only ones extremely exciteballz for the new Liberace movie Behind The Candelabra with Michael Douglas and Matt Damon! We REFUSE to hear anyone say otherwise! LOLz!
During a press conference for the HBO film at Cannes, Michael Douglas opened up about what the role meant to him… and how it ended up meaning so much more to him as a cancer survivor — and it had nothing to do with getting to kiss Matt Damon! LOLz!
Here's what he said:
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Being bipolar is actually brutally common in the world, yet it carries with it a stigma that people just can't shake. Just because it's common, though, doesn't mean it should be taken lightly. We're glad Catherine Zeta-Jones isn't riding it out… and has taken it upon herself to be very proactive with her diagnosis!
We're happy to hear that she has returned home after another round of treatment for the mental affliction!