Friends alum Jennifer Aniston rocked a snug pair of black leather pants in Hollywood to pre-tape her appearance on Wednesday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
The 49-year-old Golden Globe winner paired her edgy trousers with dark purple combat boots, a simple black T-shirt, and a maxi-peacoat selected by stylist Ryan Hastings.
Hairstylist Chris McMillan coiffed the San Fernando Valley native's signature flaxen locks for her 10th appearance on the ABC late night show, which also features guests Chris Elliott and Rita Ora.
Jennifer also prominently held up a bottle of Glaceau SmartWater, the Coca-Cola-owned mineral water company she's been brand ambassador for since 2007.
Coincidentally, Aniston's estranged second husband Justin Theroux had just appeared on Kimmel Tuesday night where he said he sometimes gets mistaken for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on social media.
In February, TMZ discovered that the acting couple's 2015 wedding at their shared Bel-Air mansion might not have been technically legal, and therefore no formal divorce is needed in their case.
When Extra asked the Emirates Airline spokesmodel about 'seeking treatment' after separating from the 47-year-old SAG Award nominee a year ago, she cracked: 'I've been in therapy for years.'
Big smile: Hairstylist Chris McMillan coiffed the San Fernando Valley native's signature flaxen locks for her 10th appearance on the ABC late night show
Always repping: Jennifer also prominently held up a bottle of Glaceau SmartWater, the Coca-Cola-owned mineral water company she's been brand ambassador for since 2007
Jennifer drew inspiration from her estranged mother Nancy Dow to play superficial ex-beauty queen Rosie Dickson in Anne Fletcher's Texas teen pageant dramedy Dumplin, which starts streaming this Friday on Netflix.
'My mom and I always had sort of a push and pull relationship,' Aniston told Extra.
'She was a model and was raised during a time when her parental support wasn't very strong, if any, so she was doing the best that she could do to teach me what she was taught...
'I really connected to that in the movie. There was that relationship...I felt a lot of empathy toward Rosie...she was just doing the best she could.'
Country legend Dolly Parton contributed music to the flick - based on Julie Murphy's 2010 YA novel - which also features Danielle Macdonald, Odeya Rush, Kathy Najimy, Luke Benward, and Sam Pancake.
The Emmy winner hadn't seen the former model and actress - who penned an unflattering 1999 tell-all book about her famous daughter - since Nancy suffered a stroke in 2011 and then passed away in 2016.
Netflix's 130M subscribers will also be thrilled to hear the streaming giant paid a reported $100M to continue licensing reruns of NBC's long-running sitcom Friends, in which Jennifer played Rachel Green.
Source: Mail Online