Jennifer Aniston appeared on "Good Morning America" Thursday to promote her new film, "The Switch," but first talked about being one of the A-list stars reportedly scammed by Beverly Hills salon owner, Maria Gabriela Perez, who was arrested Wednesday for allegedly billing false charges to the credit cards of her famous clientele.
Aniston stopped going to Perez five years ago because "We had a situation that was not cool, so I just stopped going to her. I knew something like this would eventually happen, because there's no way you can get away with that. It's terrible."
The always stunning Jennifer Aniston was out promoting her new film "The Switch" at Hollywood's Arclight theatre on Monday, and she told "Extra" she's over talking about babies.
In "The Switch," Aniston plays a 40-year-old woman who chooses artificial insemination, which has brought media attention to Aniston, who is childless.
"Extra" caught up with the legendary Barbra Streisand at a charity event she hosted to benefit Cedars-Sinai Women's Heart Institute.
Streisand said this particular cause is dear to her because she has family and friends who have had heart disease. She expressed the importance of raising heart disease awareness and money for research. The philanthropic singer said, "I'm thinking if everyone sent five dollars to the Cedars Heart Center we could raise so much money."
Jennifer Aniston glams it up like we've never seen her before. Channeling her inner Barbra Streisand for the September issue of Harper's Bazaar, Aniston talks about being the "funny girl" and life in the spotlight.
Streisand responded to Aniston's photo shoot on her website BarbraStreisand.com, writing: "I was very flattered that Jennifer Aniston chose to interpret my style with the photos in Harper's Bazaar. She's a delightful person, and I think she did a wonderful job. If only she had a bump on her nose."
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton is headed down the aisle on Saturday, July 31 with Wall Street hedge fund beau Marc Mezvinsky -- and "Extra" has uncovered some of the top secret wedding plans.
First, the two will be married in a secluded French-style chateau in Rhinebeck, New York, just forty-five minutes from Bill and Hillary Clinton's NY mansion.
Barbra Streisand was one of the stars honored at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. this weekend. In addition to being serenaded by artists Beyoncé and Ne-Yo, she received an unexpected thrill -- a smooch from President Bush!
Streisand is one of W's biggest critics in Hollywood, but when the President kissed her cheek -- La Streisand couldn't help but kiss back! Ah, civility is grand.
Barbra Streisand joined former President Bill Clinton in Hollywood for a star-studded gala this weekend -- but she got the royal shaft when it came to seating!
Babs and hubby James Brolin greeted Clinton at Oceana's 2008 Partners Award gala -- but were seated in the third row. Gasp! The ex Commander-in-Chief sat front and center with other celebs and honorees of the evening -- including Sting and wife Trudie Styler.
Actors Kirsten Dunst, Adrian Grenier, Ted Danson, Pierce Brosnan and Dustin Hoffman also attended the event benefiting Oceana, an international ocean conservation group.
Presidential candidate Barack Obama took a detour from battleground states to attend a star-studded Beverly Hills fundraiser in his honor -- and "Deal or No Deal" model Claudia Jordan gave "Extra" the scoop on the star-studded bash.
Political singing queen Barbra Streisand took the stage to support Obama -- and Claudia said Babs had a beef with the GOP! "She was angry at how Barack Obama was being described by the Republican Party."
Barack stated that despite the celebratory nature of the evening, his focus remained on recent disasters the country has faced. "I'm not in a celebratory mood," he said, before mentioning various crises, including the train crash in Chatsworth, and Hurricane Ike. He encouraged his wealthy supporters to remember the working class his campaign is striving to help. He stated that his bid for the presidency is about "those who will never see the inside of a building like this, and don't resent the success that's represented in this room, but just want the simple chance to be able to find a job that pays a living wage."
The event raised $9 million for his campaign -- and was mocked by John McCain at a rally in Ohio, when he blasted the Illinois senator for professing his commitment to working people "just before he flew off to Hollywood for a fundraiser with Barbra Streisand and his celebrity friends." Jordan blasted this slam, telling "Extra" that "a couple celebrities were there, but it was not a celebrity event. Everyday people were there to support Barack Obama."