Julia Roberts goes curse-free at benefit for Paul Newman camps

June 10th, 2009 - 5:54 pm ICT by ANI  

New York, June 10 (ANI): Julia Roberts kept her speech curse-free as she returned to Lincoln Center at benefit for Paul Newman camps.

The last time the actress was at the center, she paid a heartfelt tribute to her pal Tom Hanks - including some F-jibes - at an event there honouring the actor.

But the Pretty Woman star kept it clean as she took to the podium after performing a kicky “Chorus Line”-esque dance routine with campers.

The stunner revealed she called Newman’s widow, Joanne Woodward earlier and asked if she wanted her to mention anything specific in her speech.

“Joanne said, ‘I’d like you to tell my favorite story about the first time you were a counselor” at Hole in the Wall Camps,” the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.

Roberts obliged, explaining that 13 years ago, one of the campers recognized her and called home to say, “Mom, you’re never going to believe who our counselor is: It’s Tinkerbell!” (ANI)

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