Aniston to celebrate New Years with Arquettes in MexicoDecember 31st, 2008 - 2:20 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Dec 31 (ANI): Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston will be toasting the New Year in Mexico with pal Courteney Cox Arquette and family.
The Bruce Almighty actress arrived in Los Cabos over the weekend where she plans to spend the holiday with Courteney, her husband David and their daughter Coco, reports People.
The cherry on the cake is that Jennifers beau John Mayer is also in Los Cabos he flew to be with his brothers on Saturday and plans to stay there through the New Year, according to sources.
Aniston is making a tradition of spending the holidays with the Arquettes, having spent a festive night out with them at Mastro’’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills on Christmas Eve. (ANI)
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