Stars of Friends reunite for Cougar Town
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Jennifer Aniston will soon be seen with her former Friends co-star Courteney Cox on the small screen show Cougar Town.
Cox, 46, has starred in the Scream films and is currently playing the lead role of Jules in comedy series Cougar Town, which has enjoyed rave reviews and high audience figures.
After months of speculation it has finally been confirmed that the Friends -- who worked together for 10 years -- will meet again on TV.
Aniston will appear in Cougar Town's second-series premiere next month.
'She's going to play Courteney's shrink named Bonnie. A kind of a get-too-involved-in-her-life-type of therapist. Those guys are so close in real life they kind of do that for each other anyway,' the Daily Express quoted the show's executive producer Bill Lawrence as telling Entertainment Weekly.
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Image: Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston
Photographs: Fred Prouser/ Reuters
Is Beyonce a thief?
Beyonce Knowles is facing accusations that she copied the design for a pair of leggings which feature in her fashion brand's latest collection.
The Crazy In Love created much hysteria when she was recently pictured topless in a shoot for her House of Dereon range, wearing nothing but fake tattoos and a pair of tight black trousers covered in silver studs.
However, now bosses at an Icelandic clothing company have alleged that the House of Dereon trousers look similar to a pair of E-label leggings, which Beyonce was allegedly, spotted buying in London last year (09).
'This is naturally huge and I am still half in shock. I didn't twig (realise) straight away that this was her own label: I just thought she was wearing our leggings. It is practically just copy/paste,' the Daily Star quoted E-label co-owner Helba Hallgrimsdottir as saying.
Image: Beyonce Knowles
Bono has tea with Russian President
Rocker Bono took a break from U2's world tour duties to join Russian leader Dmitry Medvedev for tea.
The rocker was invited to join the President at his holiday estate near the Black Sea resort of Sochi.
During a conversation with reporters present, Medvedev complimented Bono on writing music that "unites generations" and he also had words of praise for his visitor's activism.
'You are doing important things, because taking care of people is not only a job for politicians. The charity work that you and your colleagues do has brought you respect all over the world,' the Daily Express quoted Medvedev as telling the Bono.
The meeting took place a day before U2 play their first ever-Russian concert.
Image: Russia's President Medvedev meets with Bono in Sochi
Photographs: Ria Novosti/ Reuters
Susan Boyle to sing for Pope
Susan Boyle is all set to sing in front of the Pope next month, in a performance which will be beamed to a billion people.
The devout Catholic will perform three songs to a congregation of 100,000 at Glasgow's Bellahouston Park on September 16.
SuBo, 49, described the big day as "my greatest dream come true."
'To be able to sing for the Pope is a great honour and something I've always dreamed of. I can't really put into words my happiness that this wish has come true at last,' the Mirror quoted her as saying.
Cardinal Keith O'Brien, the spiritual leader of Scotland's Catholics, said, 'I am delighted that Susan will be able to perform for the Pope. As her Bishop I am hugely proud of her.'
Image: Susan Boyle
Photographs: Scanpix Denmark/ Reuters
Tom Cruise's goof-up!
Tom Cruise recently crashed a motorbike into a wall while showing fans his moves.
The screen legend was treating teenage fans to a glimpse of his motorcycling skills when he lost control and crashed, reports the Mirror.
The star offered to pay for the damage but the star struck teen asked the actor to sign the bike instead.
Even in his latest flick Knight And Day, Cruise performed a nail-biting scene, which consisted of the Hollywood star helming a speeding motorcycle with a gun-toting Cameron Diaz astride him.
Image: Tom Cruise rides his motorbike
Photographs: Juan Medina/ Reuters