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talking and laughing over dinner with former Friends
costars Jennifer Aniston
and Lisa Kudrow
and several other female pals at West Hollywood restaurant Il Sole. "They were having a wonderful time ... really enjoying each other – like sisters," says an onlooker. The ladies feasted on homemade spinach-and-ricotta ravioli, oven-roasted Dover sole and chocolate cake with a silver-colored sauce. Aniston was the first to leave, at 9:45 p.m., followed by Cox and Kudrow, who lingered over their meal until 10:20 p.m.
sampling kumquats at the Farmers Market in L.A. "They were a little sour for him," a vendor tells us, adding, "He winced while he was eating, but I think he liked my goods because he must have sampled a half dozen."
dancing with friends to songs including Kanye West's "Gold Digger" at West Hollywood lounge Winston's. Though she seemed reserved in the beginning of the evening, the actress got more animated as the night progressed and stayed at the venue until 1:50 a.m., when the lights came on.
"attacking the bongo drums" while sitting in with country singer Tony Joe White
and his band during a show at the Revesby Workers Club in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia. Club marketing manager Linda Joannides said the actor – who's been filming the comedy Fool's Gold
Down Under – was "very nice and relaxed" and "put all the female staff into a twirl." Earlier, the workout king
was spotted jogging around the Sydney harbor, past the Opera House and through the Botanical Gardens in shorts and a blue bandanna.
buying sweet treats at SusieCakes bakery in Brentwood, Calif. The actress picked up a red-velvet cupcake, a small cheesecake and "2" and "8" candles – all for a girlfriend's birthday.
By BRYAN ALEXANDER and OLIVIA BISHOP
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