The 44-year-old—who produced the TV project—sported a Dior tuxedo-style bustier with thigh-grazing shorts that showed off her tanned and toned legs.
What was more noticeable than her enviable figure were the poorly-concealed circular marks on her back, which could be a result of cupping.
The ancient Chinese form of alternative medicine uses glass bulbs filled with heat and is said to remove toxins and ease muscle tension. One of the unfortunate side effects, however, are the ghastly red marks it leaves on the skin.
Paltrow has proudly walked the red carpet with the marks on her back and even raved about the process to Oprah Winfrey during an interview on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Looks like Aniston is hopping on the same Eastern medicine bandwagon.