Jennifer Aniston Pulls Through Golden Globes Loss; Thanks to Fiancé Justin Theroux

By Florida Mae Acampado | 2 years ago

Though the night didn’t go as well as she expected, Jennifer Aniston still pulled through the rest of the Golden Globe Awards night and the after party, thanks to her fiancé Justin Theroux.

Aniston and Theroux were among the many celebrities that walked regally along the red carpet on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015, for the Golden Globe Awards, with their best feet forward. Aniston is up for nomination on one of the awards, particularly the Best Actress in a Motion Picture for Drama award for her movie “Cake.” In addition to this, she was also set to present the first award later that night.


Despite being close to having a wardrobe malfunction as she stepped onstage, Aniston maintained her composure and proceeded with the awarding. Then later, she waited along with everyone for the announcing of the Best Actress. Unfortunately for Aniston, Julianne Moore won the award for her role in the movie “Still Alice.”

After the awards night, the celebrities then proceeded to the HBO and Warner Bros. after parties. It was then noted that despite losing a major award, Aniston was still in good spirits, undoubtedly because Theroux is right beside her all night and supporting her all the way.

“Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux were hand in hand the entire time at the HBO party. They were showing major PDA and cuddling in between talking to a few people. It was very cute; there is no trouble at all with these two. They really were all about it,” a source told

Later that night, in the Warner Bros. after party, Aniston and Theroux were seen hanging out with the rest of the guests in the party. Aniston even took a picture with Selena Gomez as they were hugging each other.

Well, Jennifer Aniston may have not bagged the award, but she sure bagged Justin Theroux, don’t you think? Post your comments below.

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