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VIDEO: Hollywood Takes Center Stage At Tony Awards

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Jun. 14 2010, Published 8:30 a.m. ET

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The lullaby of Broadway was gleaming with tinsel at Sunday's 64th Tony Awards held at New York City's famed Radio City Music Hall, as Hollywood A-listers Denzel Washington, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Scarlett Johansson all took home high honors for their stage efforts, and RadarOnline.com has all the scoop for you.

Johansson won the best featured actress in a play for A View From the Bridge. She thanked her hubby, actor Ryan Reynolds, for the patience he displayed toward the endless hours she put into honing her work on the stage.

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"To my Canadian, whom I live with, Ryan thank you for becoming a theater widower with me," she said.

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Washington, saying he was "really happy" about the win, humbly credited his stage success to the strength of his play, August Wilson's Fences.

"It's one of the best plays, Pulitzer Prize-winning,” the two-time Oscar-winner said after the show. “It's a great play."

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A stunned Zeta-Jones, who won best leading actress in a musical for her work in A Little Night Music, gave a memorable speech after her win, thanking co-star Alexander Hanson, director Trevor Nunn and hubby Michael Douglas.

"See that man there?" she said, pointing toward Douglas in the audience. "He's a movie star and I get to sleep with him every night!"

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