Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon Just Recreated an Iconic Friends Scene

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are getting ready for the premiere of their new series The Morning Show, but fans who’ve followed the actors throughout their careers know they first were seen together on Friends. Jennifer Aniston, of course, played Central Perk regular Rachel Green; Reese Witherspoon guest starred as her little sister, Jill Green, for a few episodes. In a recent interview, the pair turned the nostalgia dial up to one hundred by recreating one of their iconic scenes together—and it’s a joy to watch.

When Aniston and Witherspoon sat down with Access Hollywood last week to discuss The Morning Show, the interviewer brought out a photo of Aniston and Witherspoon across from each other on the Central Perk couch. Aniston immediately recognized the snap from a scene Witherspoon loved. “Is this where you say the line that you love so much?” she asks Witherspoon in the video.

The question ends up being an invitation to recreate their scene. “This is, well, we can say the line,” Witherspoon says. “Do you remember your line?”

Aniston doesn’t remember, so Witherspoon whispers it in her ear. (Teamwork: We love to see it.)

“I say, ‘You can’t have Ross,’” Aniston recites. Then Witherspoon swoops in with the punch line: “Can’t have? Can’t have? The only thing I can’t have is dairy.”

Reese Witherspoon appeared as Jennifer Aniston’s sister on the Friends episode “The One With Rachel’s Sister”

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It’s just like the original—just twenty years later. Take a look at the full interview below.

Both actresses have done some reflecting on the show that brought them together in recent weeks. For the November cover of Harper’s Bazaar, Witherspoon spoke to Natalie Portman about acting alongside Aniston on Friends in one of her early acting jobs.

Lady Gaga Just Trolled Her Viral Fall With Her Own Lyrics

You don’t have to have seen Enigma, Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas show, to know it’s a wild time. When Lady Gaga’s residency at the Park MGM’s Park Theater goes according to schedule, it’s two hours of glitter, pyrotechnics, and all of her greatest hits (plus some deep cuts). But when Lady Gaga had a dramatic fall off of the stage during her performance last Thursday, fans learned that Enigma is, somehow, even more of an event when things go awry.

Things took a turn for the dangerous at Lady Gaga’s Thursday evening Enigma performance when she a brought a fan onstage to dance with her. At one moment, the fan hoisted Gaga into his arms, and then the two fell offstage into the crowd below. And yes, it was all captured on camera.

Within minutes of tumbling off the stage, Lady Gaga was helped back up by security and returned to her performance, choreography and all. “We fell into each other’s arms,” she joked minutes later while playing the piano. “We’re like Rose and Jack in the Titanic.” Watch the video here.

But Lady Gaga‘s best quip about the accident came after she headed to the hospital. On Instagram, the singer revealed that she had to get x-rays of almost all of her body following her fall.

This being Lady Gaga, she made her prognosis sound upbeat—and hilarious. She shared a shot of her hand’s x-ray, giving her followers the “okay” symbol. Her caption was nothing short of genius: “Just Dance. Gonna be ok👌,” she wrote.

Fans filled the comments section with supportive messages for the singer. “Love you funny, morbid Queen,” one wrote. “Queen of falling and getting back up 👑,” another said. No lie detected.

Of course, falling off of the stage wasn’t all jokes in reality. On Friday, the Oscar-winner shared an Instagram story from her friend’s Bachelorette dinner. In it, she said that she’s “in a lot of pain” following the accident.

Lady Gaga shared that she’s “in pain” on Instagram stories following her viral fall

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Lady Gaga Says She Had Almost Her ‘Entire Body’ X-Rayed After She Fell Off Stage

You don’t have to have seen Enigma, Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas show, to know it’s a wild time. When Lady Gaga’s residency at the Park MGM’s Park Theater goes according to schedule, it’s two hours of glitter, pyrotechnics, and all of her greatest hits (plus some deep cuts). But when Lady Gaga had a dramatic fall off of the stage during her performance last Thursday, fans learned that Enigma is, somehow, even more of an event when things go awry.

Things took a turn for the dangerous at Lady Gaga’s Thursday evening Enigma performance when she a brought a fan onstage to dance with her. At one moment, the fan hoisted Gaga into his arms, and then the two fell offstage into the crowd below. And yes, it was all captured on camera.

Within minutes of tumbling off the stage, Lady Gaga was helped back up by security and returned to her performance, choreography and all. “We fell into each other’s arms,” she joked minutes later while playing the piano. “We’re like Rose and Jack in the Titanic.” Watch the video here.

But Lady Gaga‘s best quip about the accident came after she headed to the hospital. On Instagram, the singer revealed that she had to get x-rays of almost all of her body following her fall.

This being Lady Gaga, she made her prognosis sound upbeat—and hilarious. She shared a shot of her hand’s x-ray, giving her followers the “okay” symbol. Her caption was nothing short of genius: “Just Dance. Gonna be ok👌,” she wrote.

Fans filled the comments section with supportive messages for the singer. “Love you funny, morbid Queen,” one wrote. “Queen of falling and getting back up 👑,” another said. No lie detected.

Of course, falling off of the stage wasn’t all jokes in reality. On Friday, the Oscar-winner shared an Instagram story from her friend’s Bachelorette dinner. In it, she said that she’s “in a lot of pain” following the accident.

Lady Gaga shared that she’s “in pain” on Instagram stories following her viral fall

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Everlane Choose What You Pay Sale: 11 Things You Should Buy

Anyone due for a basics overhaul knows that Everlane is the best place to start. The direct-to-consumer brand carries just about every wardrobe essential—the white T-shirt, the relaxed jean, the casual flat—all made with a commitment to ethical production and sustainable materials. With trend-proof pieces always in stock, Everlane sales are rare. But when they happen, they’re good.

Everlane’s best-known sale is its “Choose What You Pay” event. The brand will curate items it overstocked and offer them for a reduced price; shoppers have three options to choose from, ranging from 15 to 50 percent off, and pick how much they want to spend. Everlane has said that this model is all part of its mission to promote radically transparent shopping: “Part of it was this opportunity to explain to the customer what the markup meant, and then the opportunity to give the customer a choice,” CEO Michael Presyman explained to BuzzFeed. When you shop “Choose What You Pay,” you know you’re getting your money’s worth. More important, you’re getting pieces that will always have a home in your closet, for a great price.

We narrowed down the 11 Everlane items you should buy first at its “Choose What You Pay.” Shop them all, ahead.

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Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney’s Wedding: Everything We Know So Far

Wedding bells are ringing this weekend for Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney, her art gallerist fiancé.

Lawrence and Maroney have had a pretty private relationship. Page Six broke the news that they had begun dating in June 2018. An unnamed source said that “the relationship has been going on a few weeks, but they have been very private and careful not to be seen together.” The couple occasionally was spotted together on dates until February 2019, when Lawrence’s rep confirmed to People that Lawrence and Maroney had gotten engaged.

On the other side of her engagement, Lawrence has shared small details about her relationship with Maroney and their future plans. In a June interview with Entertainment Tonight, she described Maroney as “just the best person I’ve ever met in my whole life.” Accepting his proposal was “a very, very easy decision,” she said.

“He’s my best friend, so I wanted to legally bind myself to him forever,” Lawrence said in another June interview on Cat Sadler’s podcast, Naked With Cat Sadler. “And fortunately, the paperwork exists for such a thing. It’s the greatest.”

In the same interview, Lawrence added that planning for her upcoming nuptials has been a fairly laid-back process. “I haven’t been neurotic about it. I’m too lazy to be neurotic. I like saw a dress I liked. I said, ‘Oh, that’s the dress.’ I saw a venue, and I was like, ‘Cool, we got the venue.'”

Wedding celebrations started long before the official ceremony. Lawrence and Maroney hosted an engagement party in May.

Here’s everything we know about Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney’s wedding plans so far.

The date. The couple touched down in Rhode Island on Friday, October 18. The ceremony is reportedly taking place on Saturday, October 19.

The location. Lawrence and Maroney will exchange vows at the Belcourt of Newport, a luxurious estate housed on an island off of Newport, Rhode Island. The chateau has a storied history: Designed in 1894, it was inspired by King Louis XIII’s Versailles, France hunting lodge. It’s currently home to Alex & Ani CEO Carolyn Rafaelian.

The guest list. People reports that around 150 guests are expected to attend this weekend’s wedding. Arrivals ahead of Friday’s rehearsal dinner included Lawrence’s longtime friends Adele and Kris Jenner. Reported guests also include Bradley Cooper, Nicole Richie, and Joel Madden.

Meghan Markle Fans Are Sending Her Powerful Messages of Support on Twitter

It’s not often that a member of the royal family gets vulnerable with reporters. But on Friday, October 18, a revealing interview with Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle made the rounds online, in which she opens up about the intense media scrutiny that’s followed her since she became a royal. Fans are now responding to the interview by rallying behind the Duchess of Sussex with messages of support.

An upcoming documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey follows Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on their recent royal tour of Southern Africa. In a teaser clip from the film, director Tom Bradby asks Markle how she’s minding her physical and mental health amid the media scrutiny she’s faced in recent months. Her answer is gut-wrenching. “I would say…look, any woman, especially when they’re pregnant, you’re really vulnerable,” Markle says. “So that was made really challenging. And then when you have a newborn, you know?

“And especially as a woman, it’s really, it’s a lot,” Markle continues in the clip. “So if you add this on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed, it’s um…. Yeah, well, I guess, and also thank you for asking because not many people have asked if I’m okay. But it’s a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes.”

Fans online were stunned at the Duchess’s honesty—and at the difficulties she’s faced in silence. So Greg Hogben, a writer, asked royal fans to share posts with #WeLoveYouMeghan to show their support.

The response was overwhelming. Thousands of fans have written messages to the Duchess with #WeLoveYouMeghan. One called her “a true warrior”; several others noted that her story’s a potent reminder to treat everyone with kindness. Here’s just a sample of the messages fans sent.

High-profile voices have chimed into the conversation to share their support for the duchess, and to remind their followers that any role that comes with press attention can feel isolating. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez retweeted the clip, noting that Markle’s quick rise to notoriety was not unlike her own. “Sudden prominence is a very dehumanizing experience,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “There’s a part of your life that you lose, & it later dawns on you that you’ll never get it back.”

The official Sussex royal accounts haven’t responded to the trending moment, but fans can hope that Markle may have seen their messages of support and love—and that Markle now knows she’s not alone.

Tracee Ellis Ross Dressed as Queen Latifah Is a Whole Halloween Mood

The Johnsons on ABC’s black-ish may not consulted this year’s list of the most popular Halloween costumes, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have some epic ideas brewing. After last year’s homage to Black Panther, Rainbow, Dre, and the family can’t quite agree on a family costume. While I’m all for family unity, their lack of decisiveness means one thing: more costumes individuality. First up, the family dressed as Aladdin and Princess Jasmine.

“Our family pride themselves on staying on trend for their Halloween costumes,” black-ish executive producer and showrunner Courtney Lilly tells Glamour. “The live-action Aladdin was such a big hit this year, it was an easy pick.”

Lilly says Dre and Bow are still a couple very much in love after some bumps in the road, so it was important to see them as a classic Disney prince and princess. But perhaps best of all is little Devante as the Genie. “A top-knot and goatee on that sweet baby?” Lilly says. “It’s like we rubbed a lamp and wished for cuteness.”

Behold:

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Mitch Haaseth/ABC

J.Lo’s Favorite Black Leggings Are On Sale Right Now

Just when we thought J.Lo couldn’t get more perfect, Hustlers came out. The only thing better than Ramona’s pole dancing skills are the outfits she wears, all of which are incredibly over the top and undoubtedly iconic. And while we’re always looking for ways to dress or look like J.Lo (if someone can bottle her eternal youth and sell it, let us know ASAP), her looks in Hustlers aren’t exactly something we can wear out in our day to day. That is, except for one very specific pair of high waisted leggings that are currently on sale.

The pair of leggings we’re talking about are the Koral Lustrous High Rise Leggings and they’re 25% off at Bandier during its Friends and Family Sale, which makes them $66. J.Lo’s been spotted wearing these exact leggings, both on set and off, a couple of times since March and we don’t blame her.

Not only are the leggings J.Lo-approved, but they’re also one of Bandier’s best sellers. They’re made specifically to hug your hips and waist, which means they instantly dress up your look, whether you’re in a pair of sneakers and a hoodie (like in the now-iconic Hustlers scene) or going to that bootcamp workout class you’re signed up for. Like J.Lo, these leggings have the range.

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17 Comebacks to ‘So When Are You Getting Married?’

My sister warned me long ago that weddings stop being fun in your 30’s if you’re a single woman. I didn’t think this would apply to me, as I’ve never fantasized about wedding dresses or being a princess bride. In fact, I never thought I’d get married at all. And yet, no matter how happy I am in my life with my career, friends, and endless adventures, I still find myself crying unnecessarily in bathroom stalls at weddings or getting overly defensive when yet another relative or “concerned” friend asks me why I’m not married yet.

Why am I the only person okay with me being single? Probably because getting married is what women are supposed to do—I’m either willfully breaking these all-important rules society has forced onto us or (gasp!) nobody actually wants me. I know the latter is bullshit, though it feels true at weddings for some reason. The truth is, I could easily get married if I really wanted just any shmuck. But I am instead—buckle up—choosing to stay single because it turns out a woman can be happy without a man. Revolutionary idea, right?

The fact is, I’m actually quite open to having a partner and even like being in a relationship, so long as it’s a good one. But even then, people love to pester me about wedding bells as if the trajectories of my relationships are any of their damn business. As we’re finally starting to acknowledge, hetrosexual marriages are often a bad deal for women. That’s not to say getting married can’t be a wonderful thing—but only when it’s to a partner who shows you love, respect, and willingness to share trash duty. In my experience, there are a million reasons to stay single and only one not to: You find a partner who is an equal, not a needy man-baby.

So, if you’re single like me, it’s probably not because you’re a loser but because you know that there are plenty of ways to be happy and fulfilled without a wedding. To shut the judgmental if unintentional haters up, here are some good comebacks when they ask, “So, when are you getting married?”

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Review: This Fairy Tale Updates the Disney Princess in Subtle, Powerful Ways

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Disney’s sequel to the 2014 retelling of Sleeping Beauty with Angelina Jolie that’s in theaters now, is sort of strange and dark for a fairy tale. And naturally, that’s what makes it so great. The movie covers a lot of things—motherhood, the loss of innocence, love, hate, immigration, power, magic—without losing focus. The costumes are, and I cannot stress this enough, excellent. And best of all, it honors the most enduring tropes of Disney fairy tales (spoiler: good triumphs over evil) while updating the princess narrative in subtle and powerful ways.

Just look at Aurora’s (Elle Fanning) story. She’s now 21 years old and engaged to Prince Philip. It’s hardly surprising or revolutionary that she’s marrying her first boyfriend, but we then learn they’ve been dating for five years. Five years! Compare that to the “love at first sight, married the next day” plot of, well, just pick a movie. Aurora is no sleepy princess, either. She’s the strong-willed barefoot queen of the Moors, the forest wonderland where magical creatures live, having given her previous castle to “the people.” We stan an egalitarian monarch.

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Of course, this will come as no surprise to those who saw the first film, a decidedly feminist reboot of Sleeping Beauty. But Linda Woolverton—the screenwriter behind both Maleficent films and basically your entire childhood (Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King, hello!)—tells me that turning a tale of problematic true love on its head was a challenge at first. While writing the first film, she struggled with making the Disney villain sympathetic. “What on Earth happened to this woman that she was that pissed off?” she asked herself. And so, “I had to give her a real reason.”

The answer: She wrote a scene in which Maleficent is drugged by a paramour and wakes to find he’s cut off her wings. “It was…nothing we ever said out loud, but it feels like a date rape,” she tells me. “It’s funny, I worked really closely with Angelina Jolie on the whole script—she was fantastic—and we never actually said date rape. It wasn’t until after that it was like, ‘Oh, huh, that’s what that is.'”

That powerful metaphor in Maleficent’s backstory wasn’t the only twist in the first film, though. You may recall that it’s actually Maleficent herself who breaks the sleeping curse by kissing Aurora on the forehead. (Turns out the unconditional true love of a mother is greater than that of a random paramour’s.) That moment was yet another instance of Woolverton realizing, after the fact, what she had written. “For the first Maleficent, I was talking [in an interview] about the moment when Maleficent wakes Aurora up and gives this speech, and I broke down,” she says. “It was so terrible. I realized that the whole movie was an apology to my daughter for getting a divorce.” She adds, “I didn’t even realize it until that moment that the whole movie was about that.”