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Watch the Essence Black Women In Music Event Live Here Right Now

Tonight, Essence magazine is kicking off the Grammy Awards weekend with its 6th annual Black Women In Music event, and you can watch it live right here.

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The event heralds the accomplishments of both emerging and established artists and influencers in the industry, and this year’s show will celebrate the best and brightest moments in Black music over Essence’s 45-year history. Honoring the incredibly talented Jill Scott and featuring performances by Chaka Khan, Brandy, MC Lyte, and Lianne La Havas, the concert will represent each of the classic eras in music: the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, and beyond.

For all of the details on Essence’s 2015 Black Women In Music event, visit essence.com.

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Friends Reunion Alert! Watch Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow Get Back Together on Kimmel

For fans who have spent the past decade waiting for a Friends movie, or better yet a Friends reunion, that wish finally came true on Wednesday night. Well, kind of. Jennifer Aniston visited Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote her latest film Life of Crime, but her pal Jimmy Kimmel had a bit of a surprise for her during her visit. He had penned a fan fiction script for an episode of Friends, and created a replica of the famous kitchen to boot! And who better to act out a scene from the sitcom than Rachel Green herself?

While Kimmel’s Friends script wasn’t exactly of the best quality (he took on the role of David Schwimmer’s Ross) and he tried to get a faux-annoyed Aniston to wear a Rachel cut-inspired wig (she declined), the actress got by with a little help from, well, her friends. Both Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow popped up to revive their roles as Monica and Phoebe, respectively, and played along with the bit before Kimmel took it just one step too far. Even if his fan fic was lame, he still gave us the gift of seeing the gals of Friends back together again, and for that we’re grateful. (Alright, Friends fellas, you’re next!)

Watch the mini Friends reunion here:

Plus, see the evolution of Jennifer Aniston’s looks, from 1987 to today!

Cameron Diaz on Her First Watch, Feeling Sexy In Accessories, and Being Jealous of Coco Chanel’s Jewelry Collection

If you’re anything like Cameron Diaz, you’ll never forget your first watch. “I was 18, I just learned to dive, and I was going on this two week scuba diving trip, and I had my eye on this black dial, men’s dive watch in stainless steel. I got my money, went and got it, and I wore it forever! I still have it,” Diaz tells InStyle.com exclusively during the grand opening of Tag Heuer‘s New York flagship store. It must have been fate that Diaz’s very first watch was a Tag, given that she is the brand’s fashionwire.com/celebrity-fashion” target=”_self”>celebrity ambassador.

So as Tag’s spokesperson and one of Hollywood’s sexiest ladies, how does wearing a watch make Diaz feel extra sexy? “What I love about Tag is that I have pieces like the Aquaracer, or the Link Lady that are really jewelry for me. When I wear them, I wear them a little loose, more like a bracelet,” Diaz says. “Then I have my Monaco, which is like my big dude man watch. It’s chunky and sexy,” Diaz laughingly admits. ”So for me, it’s being feminine, it’s being masculine, it’s playing to all those things all at once or being very specific to one thing just because that’s how I’m feeling,” she explains. “I find it—as anything you wear—being something that expresses how you feel inside, what you’re in that moment, and what you’re feeling about yourself.”

When Diaz isn’t working out alongside her trainer Teddy Bass or filming Annie as Miss Hannigan (which is now in post-production), Diaz likes to dress up her look with a few simple jewelry flourishes. “I love my rings and I do like the combo of my rings and my watch,” she says. “If I do something that’s flashier, it’s usually just one piece.” Which begs the question of whether she follows Coco Chanel’s famed rule of removing at least one accessory before leaving the house. “No, because I don’t feel like I over do it,” Diaz laughs. “But you know, if I was Coco Chanel, I would probably be putting a lot of jewelry on because she had access to Chanel costume jewelry at some point didn’t she, so I would have said the same thing!”

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