Jennifer Aniston recreated Barbra Streisand's iconic poses from Funny Girl and What's Up Doc in this month's Harper's Bazaar magazine, but even the diva herself noticed one thing was missing.
Streisand, 68, was impressed by the pictures but took to her official website to address a small but important detail.
'She is a delightful person, and I think she did a wonderful job.''I was very flattered that Jennifer Aniston chose to interpret my style with the photos in Harper's Bazaar,' she wrote in the post.
Funny Girls: Jennifer Aniston, left, recreates Barbra Streisand's famous pose from the 1968 movie
She added: 'If she only had a bump on her nose.'
Screen idol: In another shot, Aniston pays homage to What's Up Doc. She also tells the magazine about the moment she met Streisand at a party a few years ago
Aniston, 41, had a nose job in the past to fix a deviated septum.
'I had [a deviated septum] fixed – best thing I ever did. I slept like a baby for the first time in years,' Aniston told People magazine in 2007.
The Switch star is a long-time Streisand fan and listened to the Tony-winning singer's famous song, People, during the shoot at a Los Angeles theatre.
Her natural look: Aniston covers the latest issue of the US magazine
'So, I happened to be talking to her and Jim [Streisand's husband, actor James Brolin] when it struck midnight,' she told Harper's Bazaar.
'They said, "Excuse us,' kissed each other, and then, very politely, kissed me."'
She adds: 'Barbra inspires me because there isn't anything she hasn't done that she wanted to do, especially as a female in the time when her generation was prime.'
Starring in a film about artificial insemination, Jennifer Aniston was always going to invite speculation over whether she would go down that route herself.
The 41-year-old actress has been answering questions about marriage and motherhood for years now, and it seems she thinks her latest character has the right idea.
'Women are realising it more and more knowing that they don't have to settle with a man just to have that child,' she said at a press conference for new film The Switch on Sunday.
'It's something I long for': The 41-year-old, pictured shopping in New York this weekend, says she still wishes for a family, but has no plans to go down the 'turkey baster' route, like her character, for now
'Times have changed and that is also what is amazing is that we do have so many options these days, as opposed to our parents' days when you can't have children because you have waited too long.'
'Times have changed': Jennifer Aniston discussed her views on artificial insemination while promoting her new film The Switch
Speaking at the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills, Aniston said she still wishes for a family of her own.
'Yeah, I have said it years before and I still say it today,' she said. But will she turn to the 'turkey baster' method, like Kassie?
'I don't have plans on that, no,' says Aniston. But speaking to Entertainment Weekly recently, she hinted 'I'm on the verge of it in some way... it's something I long for.'
People magazine quotes Jennifer saying, 'the point of the movie is what is it that defines family? It isn't necessarily the traditional mother, father, two children and a dog named Spot.
'Love is love and family is what is around you and who is in your immediate sphere.
'That is what I love about this movie. It is saying it is not the traditional sort of stereotype of what we have been taught as a society of what family is.'
Jennifer stars alongside Bateman in the film and the two clearly enjoyed their experience.
In fact, Jason has suggested Aniston for a role in the long-awaited big screen version of his hit show Arrested Development. He said recently, 'There's a real good part for her (in the movie).'
And it sounds like the Friends star is interested, saying, 'I love it. I actually think I might have asked (Bateman) if that was possible... Anything to work with Jason.'
'Love is love': The actress, who plays a single mother, says traditional stereotypes of family have changed
'He is perhaps the most adorable human being on the planet. I'm so glad he's having a resurgence,' she told US Harper's Bazaar.