Oscars 2001: Catherine Zeta-Jones holds post Oscar's bash

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Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are rapidly becoming Hollywood's biggest party animals.

Just two days after the biggest bash of the year at the Oscars, Tinseltown's golden couple were out again at a star-studded ceremony in Beverly Hills.

On Sunday they celebrated their co-stars' success after their film Traffic won four Oscars.

But on Tuesday night they picked up a trophy of their own.


Catherine, 31, and Michael, 56, were presented with the Courage Award at the annual charity bash for Cedars-Sinai Research for Women's Cancers. The award is given to people who have displayed amazing courage, and those who have done outstanding work for good causes.

The couple, well known for their work for charity, looked as happy as ever as they kissed in front of the cameras at the plush Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

They are planning to make another movie together and Swansea-born Catherine said: "We are looking for something to do now. We have a script."

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