Jennifer Aniston hit the red carpet last night for the premiere of Lifetime's "Crazy for You," which she executive produced.
She looked super cute in a strapless Dior romper showing off her legs; and completed the youthful look with a swingy pony tail.
Aniston is, of course, famous for her hair, ever since "The Rachel," became all the rage back in the '90s. Jen's locks have topped countless polls, as fans have copied and obsessed over her hair for years.
But it was Anne Hathaway's crop for "Les Miserables" that was voted most influential onscreen hairstyle in a new poll.
No wigs for Anne, whose own hair was cut while cameras rolled for what would become her Oscar winning role as prostitute Fantine in "Les Miz."
Aniston came in second...but not for her signature "Friends" coif. Her long, wavy locks from "Along Came Polly" made the list of best onscreen hairstyles. Audrey Hepburn's up do in "Charade" came in third, Veronica Lake's waves were fourth and Molly Ringwald's bob in the 80's classic, "The Breakfast Club" came in fifth.
The poll, which was conducted by the Hairdressing Council of Great Britain and Universal Studios, goes to show just how enduring an onscreen style can be.
-- Ryan Patterson
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