KENNEDY CENTER HONORS
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Julia Roberts has a good reason to thank Oprah Winfrey -- better fitting bras. Roberts was among those paying tribute to Winfrey last night at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington. Roberts says the first she learned about "a better fitting bra ... or a fascinating politician named Barack Obama" was on "The Oprah Winfrey Show." John Travolta took the stage to host a mock version of Winfrey's show with Barbara Walters as his guest. Alec Baldwin introduced the tribute for former Beatle Paul McCartney. Country singer Merle Haggard, Broadway composer Jerry Herman and dancer Bill T. Jones were also honored last night. Earlier in the evening, the honorees visited the White House and heard their praises from President Barack Obama.