A healthy-looking Michael Douglas hit the Golden Globes red carpet with wife Catherine Zeta-Jones for his first major public appearance since revealing that his stage 4 throat cancer is in complete remission. The actor told E!'s Ryan Seacrest that it was his and Zeta-Jones' first night out together in several months.

"To be able to come to this thing cancer-free is pretty special," he told Seacrest. "This is one of those nights that you really smell the roses and have a deeper appreciation of family and friends."

Douglas is a nominee this year for best supporting actor for his turn in 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,' director Oliver Stone's follow-up to his 1987 classic 'Wall Street' -- for which Douglas won the Best Actor Oscar.