Some wedding bells, some breakups, a preview of the New York Botanical Gardens plant sale, and Brad’s tush in the news.

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Courteney’s New Friend * Cameron Calls it Quits * Winona Gets Steamy

Hollywoodianna: Not that it matters that much to the world at large, but Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have decided not to start a family for another season or two. Maybe it will happen when "Friends" says its final goodbye to TV in 2004 and cuts Jennifer loose. What they will do together is make a movie, a black comedy about American politics — but aren’t they all?

A waxworks model of Brad at Madame Tussaud’s in London has always been one of its biggest draws. Hysterical fans cover it with kisses and tuck panties into its pocket. Now, probably due to wear and tear, a new waxy sexy replica of Brad has been unveiled with — I can’t believe this — a squeezable bottom. Brad provided sculptors with a mold of his cute little butt and they produced an exact replica in foam and silicone. Fans are said to be beside themselves slapping and tickling away. Do make it a must on your next visit to London.

On the other hand, Courteney Cox and her husband, David Arquette, are expecting their first child in October. The raven-haired "Friends" star is absolutely thrilled and the timing is perfect as this is, of course, her last season in the series. Ever since their San Francisco wedding in 1999, Courteney and David have been trying to have a child. They even sought out a fertility specialist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles in an effort to speed up the process. This should be one very happy Thanksgiving celebration in their Malibu home this year.

Cameron Diaz and Jared Leto have said goodbye after a four-year relationship. Those close to them say that the problem developed when her career went skyward and his didn’t. Cameron has gone from working with Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis to earning an amazing $22 million for the sequel to "Charlie’s Angels," while Jared can’t seem to get beyond being typecast as psychotic characters in the likes of "Panic Room," "American Psycho" and "Fight Club." All is not lost because he does have a dog to keep him company until he finds somebody new. The dog’s name is Judas.
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