Vanity Fair's Hollywood Issue Cover Crowded With Tinsel Town Elite

Lara Spencer reports the top stories in the pop news heat index.
3:00 | 02/04/14

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We begin "Pop news" with this. Just a few weeks before the oscars, feast your eyes on the standout of the 2013 year in film, Hollywood veteran Julia Roberts front and center on the cover of "Vanity fair's" Hollywood issue thanks to her nominated performance in "August: Osage county" and George Clooney, chiwetel ejiofor so powerful in "12 years a slave" and Lupita nyong'o shot by Annie leibovitz hitting newsstands next week. Very difficult to narrate. You did it perfectly. Thank you, George. Do we have that on tape? Just checking. He should get tied up again. Really nice. Cameron Diaz so busy, in addition to co-starring in the new "Annie" remake and writing a new book she's unveiling her first shoe collection created under her supervision. Don't make me say it. You know I'm fluent. As the new creator she is going to refine the brand beginning with this collection that features neutral colors, lux, suede and leather. She loves the challenge saying I'm not a person who does anything halfway and we do know that. I thought they were quite beautiful. You like shoes. I would get right into those. Get right in there. Suede, hello. Finally, in "Pop news" -- Way left out. You won't be left out of this, josh. Yeah. You may remember our friend Cody the screaming dog. Oh, yes. There's Cody. Robin's favorite. It's not real. It's not real. Well, tell me that this isn't. He's got a little competition from Alice the French bulldog. That one is like -- That's real. Pulled it off so well. That is real, George. So Alice wants to get on it badly and making no bones about it. We have a second video that shows she does quiet down when she achieves success. And that, everybody, josh, why do you have paper over your face like that? You seem downright disturbed. I can't -- who thinks -- who here thinks that that's real? Yes. Absolutely. I think -- Really. Can we get them in here? What does it take to book a bulldog. Mark Robertson book me a bulldog. Mark is like I'm over here talking to Matt. Leave me alone. Leave me alone. Well, more on that coming up. It's amazing. A "Gma" exclusive. We'll get to the bottom of

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