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The red carpet for any awards show is certainly all glitz and glamor. Whole segments of television are dedicated toward who is wearing what, how stylish they look, any fashion don'ts and the anticipation of a night of Hollywood magic.

Although, as Jennifer Aniston shared on her Instagram, a lot more subtle work goes into maintaining the pre-award show look than most celebrities are willing to admit to.


Aniston shared a photo of herself in a very uncomfortable position in a car on her way to the SAG Awards, all for the sake of keeping her Dior dress completely wrinkle-free.

Coupled with the shot is a morning-after looking shot with her dress draped over the side of a stone basin.

Staged next to her dress is a SAG award, which she won for outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series for The Morning Show.





"Boy did we get to dive deep into our own experiences and our own history and really be able to breathe life into these extraordinary characters," Aniston said, looking fabulous in her wrinkle free Dior dress.

"Who knew that emotional breakdowns felt that good. It was literally about 7 months of therapy that covered 20 years of work. So thank you for watching that."



Aniston's wrinkle-free method is catching the attention of stans all over the world, Including former Friends co-star, Courteney Cox.





In addition to winning an award and looking fabulous in a wrinkle-free dress, Aniston and former flame Brad Pitt almost broke the internet when they shared a brief reunion on-camera.



In the words of several of her stans, protect Jennifer Aniston at all costs.

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