8 Photos That Prove Jennifer Aniston Had Way More Fun Than Anyone Else at the Oscars

Oscars shmoscars. Where's the gin?

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Jennifer Aniston is widely acknowledged for being, as she herself put it, "number-one snubbed" (opens in new tab) at the Oscars this year for not being nominated for her critically-acclaimed performance in Cake. But that sure as hell didn't keep her from having a good time.

Instead of sitting in her seat sporting a grumpy face, or skipping the ceremony entirely as some predicted, Jen showed up looking absolutely stunning (opens in new tab) and put all the other supposedly fun-having Oscars guests to shame. Just look at the evidence.

Here she is engaged in some aggressively affectionate lady love with Emma Stone:

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Getting her butt grabbed by Reese Witherspoon:

Sharing some awww-inducing moments with Justin Theroux:

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Doing a little "I never age" dance:

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Photobombing J.Lo:

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Hugging the life out of everyone, including Selena Gomez:

And, of course, kissing Isla Fisher's baby bump at the Vanity Fair after-party (opens in new tab):

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Diana Bruk
Diana Bruk

My writing has regularly appeared in The New York Times, The Paris Review, Salon, VICE, Guernica, The New York Observer, BuzzFeed, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Esquire, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and many more publications.

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