Jennifer Aniston Stuns and Jokes at Glamour Awards

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Jennifer Aniston Stuns and Jokes at Glamour Awards
Jennifer Aniston Stuns and Jokes at Glamour Awards
Jennifer Aniston played it safe, but still managed to look gorgeous at the Glamour magazine Women of the Year Awards in NYC’s Carnegie Hall last night.

She wore her hair down and wavy (surprise, I know) and paired it with a LBD (Also a surprise, I know).

Despite sticking to the Aniston guidelines: side part, wavy hair, wear black - she was glowing.

Aniston wore a black chiffon Versace gown that was short in the front and long in the back. A mullet-dress, if you will; or a rise-and-fall hemline, if you wont. The dress featured Versace’s gold medusa head on the dresses shoulder straps, but other than that it was simple and chic. She paired it with Celine strappy black heels and some Fred Leighton jewelry.

While she was not an honoree herself, she was there to present the award to her BFF Chelsea Handler for the Queen of the Night award. I have no idea what Queen of the Night was specifically referring to, but since Chelsea is the only female late-night talk show host, I’m guessing this award will always go to her as a default.

Jen proudly took the stage to praise her funny friend Chelsea.

“I rarely comment on my personal life, but I’m here to tell you I’m madly in love…with Chelsea Handler,” jokes Aniston, “It was not love at first sight. I only appeared on her show so she wouldn’t talk shit about me and because I wanted to work with the esteemed E! network.”

She continues, “[Chelsea] practices what she preaches: Over half of her writing staff are women and the other half she doesn’t listen to. Chelsea Handler encourages girls to do what they want to even if people say they’re not smart enough or pretty enough or thin enough or ‘your butt’s not as big as JLo’s.’”

Her boyfriend Justin Theroux snuck into the all-female review to stand in the back and watch Jen on-stage. Let’s be real, he probably wrote that speech.

Chelsea on the other hand wore a navy blue one-piece pantsuit that I wouldn’t refer to as “chic” or even “good” but hey, she’s a comedian, so we can’t expect too much.

When Chelsea accepted her award from Jen she earnestly talked about the women in her life that inspired her and said that she tries to be a good sister and a good friend since she’ll “never be a mother.” Typical Chelsea. Ba dum ching.

Before the event, Handler was excited on the red carpet, "I feel great about it," she said of the award lauding her as the only woman to succeed as a late-night talk show host. "It makes me feel so good."
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