In their first high-profile public appearance since they were married two weeks ago, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston headed the Hollywood A-list at a Saturday night farewell tribute to President Clinton. The President plans to turn over the Democratic baton to Al Gore at their party's national convention in Los Angeles tonight, but first he enjoyed some Hollywood festivities. The New York Times reports that among the guests mingling with the Clintons and dining on lobster nage and chinois beef this weekend were Muhammad Ali, Goldie Hawn, Michael Douglas, John Travolta,Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson. Other movie colony gatherings this weekend included Barbra Streisand's star-studded brunch at her secluded Malibu home on Sunday to raise money for the proposed Clinton Library in Hope, Arkansas. At the Saturday bash, groom of the year Pitt told New York's Daily News about his $1 million wedding: "I was pushing for elopement. But the ceremony turned out to be extraordinary. It was the greatest night of my life."
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