Eight months after their brief split, Michael Douglas gushed that he and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones are "doing great."
But due to an unfortunate accident at his son's recent bar mitzvah, the same can not be said for the actor's groin!
At a launch party for Jerry Bruckheimer's new book, When Lightning Strikes, on May 7, the 69-year-old walked in with a noticeable limp.
"I'm hurting. I don't know whether it's my groin or a hernia," the Fatal Attraction star admitted to Page Six.
"I got carried away at my son's bar mitzvah this weekend. You know they put you up in the chairs over the top — I think something happened there."
The Hollywood veteran hosted the Jewish coming-of-age event for his 13-year-old son Dylan and apparently got caught up in the traditional Horah dance where the honored male or female gets lifted up in a chair while guests gather in a circle around them.
Luckily for Michael, things are going a lot more smoothly in his love life! The dad-of-three is back together with wife Catherine and the couple is "doing great," according to the star.
"I think we're always working it out," he told ET correspondent Gayle King of the pair's 13-year-marriage. "Sometimes we spend more efforts with people that are strangers in terms of making an impression than the person that's closest to us."
He continued, "You just gotta remember not to take for granted that person that's closest to you."
Next up for the busy actor: His summer rom-com, And So It Goes, co-starring Diane Keaton, which hits theaters on July 11.
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