In a make-up chair, Jennifer Aniston had only slipped her arms out of the teeny white robe she was wearing

Getting ready for the Critics Choice Awards, Jennifer Aniston sat in a make-up chair wearing nothing but a white towel to cover herself up.

The moment Jennifer Aniston slipped out of the teeny white robe and clutched it around her chest with her bare arms folded over it took fans’ breath away.

After a make-up artist applied cheek blush and lip liner to Jennifer’s cheeks, she was pasted into a feathered corset and slimline silk trousers, complete with a cheeky half-skirt trailing down the floor.

The caption of Jennifer’s Instagram video read: “Off to @criticschoice [love heart emoji].”

(Image: jenniferaniston/Instagram)

In the comments section, fans gushed about the actress, with Lisa Snowdon writing: “Total babe. Love the look and the little chop!”

Other social media users gushed: “Oh my gosh. You never cease to amaze us!”

While another said: “Classy all the time.”

Another added: “You look amazing!”

(Image: jenniferaniston/Instagram)

In the series of selfies posted on Instagram in September, actress The Morning Show appeared on the cover of CR Fashion Book’s Muses edition with hair -covered hair.

In addition to white three -hole shirt, she also wore a black leather bra.

The caption on her post reads: “@carineroitfeld this was a dream come true to work with you And the incredible @zoeygrossman The ridiculously talented hair and makeup team…. @mrchrismcmillan and @georgieeisdell.”

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About Jennifer Aniston :

The American actress and producer Jennifer Joanna Aniston (born February 11, 1969) is best known for her role as Rachel Green on the NBC sitcom Friends from 1994 to 2004.

It was in 1993 that she played her first major role in the horror comedy Leprechaun. Over the years, she has appeared in a number of successful comedy films, including Office Space (1999), Bruce Almighty (2003), Break-Up (2006), Marley & Me (2008), Just Go with It (2011), Horrible Bosses (2011), We’re the Millers (2013), Dumplin’ (2018), and Murder Mystery (2019).