Jennifer Aniston stepped out with her new husband Justin Theroux at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday evening, and the Friends actress wowed on the red carpet in a powder blue gown as she stayed close to her main man.
The 46-year-old was flawless as she showed off her toned legs in the floaty silk Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane gown, which featured a thigh-high slit at the front, as well as spaghetti straps and a ruffled neckline.
Jennifer and Justin stepped out at the Critic's Choice Awards
Both Jennifer and her hubby of five months were nominated for awards at the ceremony. Justin, who was dapper in a black Givenchy suit, was up for Best Actor in a drama series for his part in The Leftovers, while his beloved wife was up for a gong for her star-making role as Rachel in Friends.
Despite the fact it hasn't been on air for 12 years, the sitcom is up for the Most Bingeworthy Fan-Voted Award, after all 10 seasons began streaming on Netflix.
While Justin missed out on the accolade to Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek, his co-star Carrie Coon picked up Best Actress in a drama series for her role in the show.
The couple have been married for five months
Jennifer may not have taken home a prize, but the star has plenty to celebrate. She is set to reunite with her co-stars Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry for a two-hour special on 21 February on NBC.
The stars behind Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Ross, Joey and Chandler have all signed up to pay tribute to director James Burrows, who helmed a number of episodes on the show and has just celebrated directing his 1,000th TV programme.
The Friends cast are set to reunite for a two-hour special
Fans of the show have been hoping for more than a decade to see Jennifer and her friends back on screen together. But before they get their hopes up, NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt has suggested that the six Friends may not appear at the same time.
However, the two-hour show will have plenty of surprises, with cameos, sketches and appearances connected to the many series the 75-year-old has directed over the years, including Cheers, Frasier, Will and Grace, Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory, all expected.