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Jennifer Aniston, 50, Looks Ageless as She Poses with 'The Morning' Show Mug in a New Makeup-Free Selfie

Tichafa Chidzonga
Nov 12, 2019
03:30 A.M.
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Jennifer Aniston looks flawless as she poses make-up free in a selfie while promoting an episode of her latest television series, 'The Morning Show.'


Now that Jennifer Aniston is finally on Instagram, hopefully she will gives fans more insight into her life, especially her beauty routine. Looking fresh faced, she promotes the latest episode of "The Morning Show," saying:

"Mugshot. (New episode of @themorningshow out TODAY ?)."



is holding a mug written "The Morning Show," while sitting in the back of a car with headphones on.

Showing off her flawless skin, she has her hair pulled back and looks directly into the camera as she poses makeup free.


Selena Gomez, who has known Aniston for years because they have the same manager had just one word to say about the selfie, she remarks:


Selena Gomez comment's on Jennifer Aniston's makeup free selfie | Source: instagram.com/jenniferaniston


Gomez and Aniston's friendship dates back several years to 2014 when Gomez posted a picture of the two embracing, she



"I have not only been following her career as a fan since I was 8 and now get to watch her completely transform in her new movie CAKE, I have gotten to have real conversations with such a real heart, made my entire year. #cake #goseeit."


Gomez hasn't always been so comfortable with Aniston, when she was 16-years-old she admits to being so star struck she was literally shaking, she explains:

"I was shaking! I ran into Jennifer in the bathroom and she goes, 'Hi!' My legs started to shake and I ran. I didn't know what to do because I freaked out."


"I always say that I worship Rachel McAdams as a movie actress but for comedy—the whole reason I started my show and mannerisms, they were after Jennifer Aniston," Gomez adds.

With the release of "The Morning Show," in early November, fans will hopefully love Aniston's new character, Alex Levy. She plays a television anchor on a morning whose career is in jeopardy after her co-anchor is fired for sexual misconducted.


Inspired by the #metoo movement, the show looks at the lives of female news anchors, Alex Levy and Bradley Jackson, who is played by Reese Witherspoon.

Aniston admits that she had to delve deep into herself to be to capture the shows captivating premiere scene when she confronts her co-anchor about the allegations of his misconduct. While she says doesn't have meltdowns like her character, she can relate to Alex's fearless and strength as she fought for her job.

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