Catherine Zeta-Jones and her hubby Michael Douglas looked the perfect pair as they stepped out for an exclusive event in New York City this week in matching shades of black and red.
The power couple looked gorgeous together, with Catherine sporting a beautiful red and black patterned frock alongside her beloved partner who opted for a simple, yet dashing, pair of black pants and a black button-up shirt.
The actress, 49, looked stunning as she posed for photos at the SiriusXM and Pandora event, with her dark brunette locks pulled back into a sleek pony tail which hung perfectly across her shoulder.
Meanwhile, Catherine matched the beautiful outfit with a black clutch bag, a pair of open-toed black heels and pretty black dangly earrings.
The famous Hollywood pair stepped out for the event on Monday, which was hosted by broadcasting company SiriusXM and internet radio station Pandora, where they had the privilege of watching a performance by the talented Lady Gaga.
The event held at the Apollo Theatre was invitation-only with singer and actress Lady Gaga taking to the stage to perform her greatest hits in her first concert in New York City in almost two years.
She follows in the footsteps of the great Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Metallica and Guns N’ Roses who have all previously performed private concerts at the famous theatre.
Catherine and Michael haven’t stepped out together for an event in sometime, however the doting mother-of-two regularly shares updates about her family on social media, posting a loving tribute to her father-in-law Kirk Douglas earlier this year.
Taking to Instagram back in March, Catherine, who married Kirk’s son Michael in 2000, shared a throwback photo of herself with the Spartacus star, who celebrated his 102nd birthday in December.
She captioned the post: “A moment on the carpet with Kirk. Blessed to call this incredible man family.”
Many fans were quick to comment on the gorgeous image, with one writing: “You guys have a sweet relationship.”
Another added: “Still handsome and dapper.”
And a third wrote: “You certainly are Catherine! Then again I bet he can say the same thing about you!”