1. Jessica Biel and Jennifer Garner
Jennifer and Jessica bonded while on the set of 2010’s “Valentine’s Day,” and from the looks it, their friendship is the best thing Garry Marshall did since “Pretty Woman.”
2. Drake and Lil Wayne
Lil’ Wayne discovered Drake when the son of Rap-A-Lot gave him some of Drake’s music in 2008. They’ve gone on to tour and collaborate together, and together they will someday star in an action dramedy about schoolteachers who are fighting to keep music education in schools.
3. Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff
Lea and Jonathan met in 2006 when they had to make love on stage 8 times a week in Broadways “Spring Awakening.” Their friendship gained attention when Jonathan appeared on “Glee” as Rachel Berry’s love interest in 2010, and Lea credits Jonathan with being her first best friend.
4. Tobey Maguire and Leonardo DiCaprio
Leo and Tobey became friends after they kept auditioning for the same roles in the 80s. Considering how cutthroat Hollywood can be, it’s amazing to think how they made a pact early in their lives to help each other get the parts they wanted.
5. Jared Leto and Kanye West
These two probably have their own language. They communicate using the rings on each other’s irises.
6. Miley Cyrus and Kelly Osbourne
Miley and Kelly met on the set of “So Undercover,” a movie from earlier this year that no one really heard about. However, since they seem to love being photographed together, it’s unlikely this friendship will sizzle anytime soon.
7. Leah Remini and Jennifer Lopez
These women met through Marc Anthony (his best friend is Leah Remini’s husband). But even though Lopez’s marriage to Anthony ended, Remini’s loyalty to Lopez has never been stronger.
8. Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton
Bruce and Billy met on the set of 2001’s “Bandits.” They are rarely seen together in public, but you can bet they’re both proud to have each other hidden away in their arsenals.
9. Michelle Williams and Busy Philipps
Michelle and Busy have been friends since they met on the set of “Dawson’s Creek” in 2001. Today, they’re seen accompanying each other to award shows and organizing play dates with each other’s daughters.
10. Seth Rogen and Jonah Hill
Rogen and Hill have appeared in four movies together, but their relationship is a lot more than professional. Together, the two set out to live healthier lives and each lost 40 pounds.
11. Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss
These stunners have been friends since the early 90s — and they’ve no doubt got the closets to prove it.
Inspired by the Ladies of Lifetime’s “Double Divas”
Molly Hopkins and Cynthia Richards are the essence of braraderie. It’s their job to make sure every woman who walks into their store finds a bra to match their body and their attitude. Catch the ladies doing what they do best on the season premiere of “Double Divas,” on on January 10th at 10/9c on Lifetime.