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Jennifer Aniston at the Breakers rubbing shoulders with beauty execs

 
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A newly brunette (for a movie she just wrapped, she said) Jennifer Aniston was at The Breakers in Palm Beach Thursday as a speaker on a panel at Women’s Wear Daily’s Beauty CEO Summit featuring the who’s who in the beauty biz. Aniston, who joined the likes of Frédéric Rozé, president and CEO of L’Oreal, Sherri McCoy, CEO of Avon Products, and Cedric Prouvé, international group president of The Estée Lauder Companies, is co-owner of Living Proof, a hair product line that focuses on the actress’ campaign for a “perfect hair day.”

David Beckham and his biz partner Marcelo Claure were seen sipping Moet ICE courtside Tuesday night at the Miami Heat game. The duo later had a late dinner with friends at Zuma. Meanwhile over in the Hyde lounge, Jamie Foxx was seen dancing on a banquet surrounded by bottles of Grey Goose and Moet. Becks and his best pal David Gardner had dinner Wednesday night at Seasalt and Pepper, joined later by American Idol creator Simon Fuller. Beckham, we’re told, “posed for an astounding amount of pictures with fans outside and in the restaurant.”

Rihanna was also seen sitting courtside as the Heat beat the Nets Thursday night. Nearby was music producer Timbaland. After the game, Sports Illustrated cover girl Nina Agdal was seen saying hello to pals in arena hot spot Hyde.

Just as the news of Monica Lewinsky’s Vanity Fair rehash of her affair with Bill Clinton broke, the former president was spotted at EPIC Monday and Tuesday, where he made a keynote speech at the Jefferies 2014 Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference. The three-day event was held at the downtown hotel and addressed trends and developments in technology and media.

Alex Rodriguez was overheard Wednesday at Ice Box Cafe talking with a businessy-looking group about a charter school program. The name Alberto Carvalho, superintendent of Miami-Dade County public schools, was dropped somewhere in the convo, as was Gables High.

Dr. Ruth Westheimer was at the Parker Playhouse on Wednesday for opening night of Becoming Dr. Ruth in which she is portrayed by Debra Jo Rupp ( That ’70s Show). Dr. Ruth will take part in post-show audience talk-backs after the performances at 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

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