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Jennifer Aniston and Demi Moore Go Black at 'Five' New York Screening

September 27, 2011 08:30:43 GMT

Attending the special event for their TV movie, the 'Horrible Boss' star recycles a Dolce and Gabbana suit while the 'Margin Call' beauty opts for a black and geometric patterned column dress.


Jennifer Aniston and Demi Moore Go Black at 'Five' New York Screening
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Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore, Alicia Keys and more Hollywood beauties joined forces to promote Lifetime's "Five" at a screening at Skylight Studios in New York on Monday, September 26. After appearing on "Good Morning America" earlier the same day, the three stars who direct the TV movie gathered at the blue carpet event later in the evening.

For the ocassion, Aniston recycled a Dolce & Gabbana suit which she wore to People's Choice Awards in January. This time, she added a lacy bra under her low cut vest. Moore, meanwhile, showed off her slim figure in a black and geometric patterned column dress. Also flaunting her curve in a dark ensemble, Keys was accompanied by husband Swizz Beatz when posing on the blue carpet.

Other directors, Patty Jenkins and Penelope Spheeris, as well as cast members such as Lyndsy Fonseca and Jeanne Tripplehorn, were also present at the special affair. Such musicians as Gloria Estefan and Wyclef Jean were additionally snapped lending their support for the promotional event.

"Five" is an anthology of five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people's lives. Using humor and drama, it highlights the effect breast cancer and its different stages of diagnosis have on relationships and the way women perceive themselves while searching for strength, comfort, medical breakthroughs and, ultimately, a cure.

"We wanted to balance the drama with humor and irreverence because that's what's helped our friends who've faced this get through their treatment," Aniston recently told Glamour magazine about the project which marks her second directorial stint. The TV movie will debut October 10 on Lifetime.






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posted by iliesa lemarky on Oct 26, 2011
WE ARE NORMALLY STATE AS SPECIAL FOR OUR FUTURE INTAKE SO WE SHARED WHAT WE HAVE GOT FOR THE BLESSING TO OTHERS WHO NEEDED IT.
posted by Stage IV Breast Canc on Sep 27, 2011
I hope this is not another Hollywood take on this utterly devastating illness. Humor may help in early stages but you need more than that long term. I will reserve judgment till it airs. But given Anistons zero career and perpetual spotlight seeking, I am thinking she had to pay big dollars to be able to direct at all. Cancer is an epidemic and I can't imagine what else Aniston can bring to this except her well manipulated fame. But I will wait and see.

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