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Jennifer Aniston Wears a Shimmering Celine Dress with a Thigh-High Leg Slit at the 2024 SAG Awards

Jennifer Aniston dressed like a true movie star at the 2024 SAG Awards. The Morning Show actress opted to wear a shimmering silver dress by Celine with a thigh-high leg slit. Her new, shorter hair was styled as a bob, like a modern-day Rachel.

Aniston is up for Best Female Actor in a Drama Series for her work in the Apple TV+ show.

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In December, Aniston and co-star Reese Witherspoon spoke with Variety about working together on the series, which they also executive-produce together. The two stars have a long history acting together, going all the way back to playing sisters on Friends.

“We’ve been in each other’s lives for 20-something years,” Aniston said. “It’s just in our DNA that we are collaborators. We’re partners. We’re friends. We’re girlfriends, we share all sorts of heartbreaks in life and love and everything.”

“There’s a comfort to that,” Witherspoon added. “It’s just mutual respect and years of experience. And I think we’re both incredulous that we’re both still kicking around! That we’re still working at this level is such a privilege. It’s an honor to get to contribute to something that’s really speaking about the world we live in nowadays.”

“That’s what we wanted to do: Make a show that said something and to show the conversations that happen behind closed doors,” Aniston continued.

They also shared what they hope people take from the show.

It’s creating adult conversations about issues that we’re dealing with every day in real time in our workplace environments and in our personal lives, so it helps us process,” Witherspoon said. “It mirrors a lot of what’s going on in the world, and life is complicated.”

“And there’s something about allowing people to sit and digest [weekly], because everything is so fast,” Aniston added. “People’s attention spans are just so limited. To have a moment to sit and digest and think about it and talk about it, maybe watch it again to try to understand it. Then to go back to when we used to communicate with one another and connect with one another, which is something that I feel that we have drastically lost with these phones and the amount of distractions. God bless the ’90s.”

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