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Jennifer Aniston will return home to NBC, the TV network where she became a breakout star on the hit sitcom "Friends."
Actress Jennifer Aniston is returning to the U.S. TV network that made her famous with a guest spot on NBC's "30 Rock," her publicist says.
Jennifer Aniston will return home to NBC, the TV network where she became a breakout star on the hit sitcom "Friends." She's currently filming a guest appearance on the network's "30 Rock," Aniston publicist Stephen Huvane confirmed Friday.
Hollywood actress looked "really happy" while eating at a Los Angeles restaurant despite her rumored breakup with singer John Mayer, a source says.
Paris Hilton didn't do enough pledging for a 2006 sorority comedy, according to a lawsuit filed this week . Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc. filed the lawsuit in U.S.
By Donna Freydkin Courteney Cox adored directing much in the same way Monica Geller, her neat-freak Friends character, loved her cleaning products. "I'm detail-oriented in life, so it was a perfect fit for me," Cox says. "I'm definitely a morale-booster to the crew. I like to work with music.
LOS ANGELES - Christina Applegate is undergoing treatment for breast cancer, but the disease was caught early and the actress is expected to fully recover, her publicist said.
By ZOE IF this is what a toyboy can do for you then I want one too. Jennifer Aniston, 39, has been looking fitter than ever since she started dating 30-year-old US rock star John Mayer. They've begun working out to gether with his personal trainer at their local L A gym.
U.S. comedienne and TV personality Kathy Griffin says she has no intention of having more plastic surgery. I've been off the junk, as I call it, for five years, Usmagazine.com quoted Griffin as saying in an interview for the September issue of Fitness magazine.
Film star Will Smith, who earned $80 million last year, is No. 1 on Forbes magazine's list of Hollywood's top male earners. Smith was most recently seen in the hit summer action flick Hancock.
- One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.