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Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux Do Broadway & Brunch in N.Y.C. | Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux

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Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux Do Broadway & Brunch in N.Y.C.

Originally posted 05/13/2013 10:00AM

Home is where the heart is, and for Jennifer Aniston and fiancé Justin Theroux, that's New York City.

In town to promote Living Proof hair care products, Aniston and Theroux shared a busy weekend together – hopping from a Broadway show to Sunday brunch.

On Sunday, Aniston, 44, and Theroux, 41, were photographed holding hands as they walked to brunch at Fred's At Barneys New York, a restaurant that serves American and Italian cuisine inside the high-end department store.

Wearing a green jacket and sunglasses, Theroux seemed to be enjoying the sunny May day as Aniston covered up with an oversize hat and sunglasses.

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Kathy Najimy on Brittany Murphy: Wildly Fun, Silly – and Loyal

Kathy Najimy on Brittany Murphy: Wildly Fun, Silly – and Loyal

Originally posted 12/21/2009 10:40AM

Actress Kathy Najimy, who worked with Brittany Murphy on the Fox animated series King of the Hill, made the following statement (printed verbatim) to PEOPLE about her friend, who died of cardiac arrest in Los Angeles Dec. 20:

Brittany Murphy was like no other. A bright light. Never a mean or judgmental word, wildly fun, silly, loyal friend. Sweet, funny, smart, unbelievably talented actress and singer. Brilliant, moving body of work. I was lucky enough to know, love and work with her for 15 years. Love to her family and the many many people who adored her and were touched by her. We hope that in honor of her life and in the reflection of her glorious light, the pressures that girls and women face, will fade. Her spirit still soars.

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Orlando Plays Second Fiddle | Orlando Bloom

Orlando Plays Second Fiddle

Originally posted 12/02/2004 06:00AM

Orlando Bloom wasn't being rude when he showed up late to the London premiere of ladylove Kate Bosworth's movie Beyond the Sea last week – in fact, it was just the opposite. "I'm here to hold her hand," he said. "I just didn't want to do it in front of the cameras because this night belongs to her." But he needn't have worried too much about upstaging Bosworth, who dazzled in a lace Yves Saint Laurent gown and diamond chandelier earrings. Hurrying to meet her inside, Bloom was full of praise for her "fantastic" performance in the Bobby Darin biopic (which costars Kevin Spacey and opens Dec. 29), adding: "I'm so proud of her, she's done an amazing job in this movie." As for Bosworth, she advises not to look for her and Bloom in the same movie anytime soon. "I'm a firm believer in not mixing work with play," she said. Next up for Bosworth: Bee Season with Richard Gere, due next year.

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