Jennifer Aniston, 54, sizzles in 'naked' dress: 'Goddess'
The Friends star showed off her figure in a see-through dress.
Jennifer Aniston has proved age is just a number after stepping out in a 'naked' minidress for the Murder Mystery 2 premiere. The star, 54, arrived at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday in a dazzling see-through Atelier Versace dress.
The sheer dress was made up of black and silver strings with a bead detail, sitting on top of a thin nude fabric. The draped strings gave the mid-thigh hemline a unique look and showed off her long legs.
Jennifer’s hair framed her face in loose waves, and she looked radiant with dramatic grey eyeshadow and a subtle pink lip.
The Friends star kept her accessories light to keep the attention on her racy dress, wearing just a set of rings and small silver earrings. She finished her look off with a pair of strappy black stilettos.
Fans were stunned by her chic fashion moment, with many taking to social media to gush about the star.
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“She’s so adorable but also mega hot, a goddess,” one person wrote.
“Jennifer Aniston is always slaying,” another added.
“JENNIFER ANISTON LOOKS STUNNING,” a third exclaimed.
“Obsessed with this dress,” another remarked.
The star teamed up with frequent collaborator and close friend Adam Sandler for the Netflix film, but she was shocked by his casual attire on the red carpet.
The actor, 56, turned up to the premiere in an oversized NBA Knicks hoodie over a bright pink Hawaiian shirt. He completed his laid-back look with a pair of bright blue sneakers and a pair of beige pants.
Jennifer Aniston calls out Adam Sandler for wearing a "sweatshirt" to their premiere of #MurderMystery2. pic.twitter.com/u1nu45l2oa
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) March 29, 2023
When Jennifer laid eyes on her co-star, she couldn’t hide her surprise.
“What the hell are you doing? I’m not standing next to him,” she announced.
“You said sweatshirt!” he yelled over the crowd. “You said it, you texted me, ‘Please wear a sweatshirt’.”
“I said please don’t wear your sweatshirt,” Jennifer fired back, before eyeballing the camera.
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