Imagine if just the description of Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston’s holiday pictures is raising the temperature, what would happen if we soon get our hands on mentioned pictures. The FRIENDS star marked her New Year on a super sizzling note, the diva as per reports in DailyMail was in Mexico to celebrate and welcome 2020, a brand new year. The actress as per reports in the said publication, looked amazingly hot in a black bikini showing off her curves as she was sun-soaking on her vacay away from home.
According to reports in DailyMail, the actress was chilling at a resort in Tulum in Mexico, looking all hot and happening in a teeny-weeny bikini number, making heads turn all the way. Adding more to the glam factor to her beach look was the actress opting for a straw sunhat and a pair of sunnies to beat the heat. The reports further added that the actress was also carrying a white cotton shawl and white-blue beach towel in case of necessity. ALSO READ: Jennifer Aniston And Brad Pitt Planning To Move In Together? Shifting Boxes Spotted At 5 AM; Truth BUSTED
So we won’t be surprised if the diva sports that natural tan as she walks the red carpet at the Golden Globes 2020 to be held on January 5, 2020 (January 6th IST). We are already dreaming of the diva taking on the red carpet with her elegance and panache. ALSO READ: Thanks To Golden Globes 2020 Former Couple Jennifer Aniston And Brad Pitt Will Be Spotted Together
With Jennifer being nominated for her show, The Morning Show, fans got super excited after knowing of her ex-husband Brad Pitt too bagging a nomination in the supporting role category for his movie Once Upon A Time.. In Hollywood.
Fans are keeping their fingers crossed and praying for their reunion on this prestigious award night. ALSO READ: Jennifer Aniston Likes A Drool-Worthy Picture Of Ex-Husband Brad Pitt; Sends Their Fans In A Tizzy
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