Hey, Kate Hudson did look incredible. So who could blame Jennifer Aniston wanting to lay hands on her at first sight?

"Had to do it, sorry," Jen didn't-really-apologize to Ryan Seacrest, who had just finished talking to Kate and was waiting for the Cake star to step up.

As he learned forward to hear more, Jen continued, "I didn't say you had to do anything...it's what I did."

"We feel comfortable," Kate added, obviously perfectly OK with the extra affection from her fellow actress. 

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"Irresistible, I get it!" Jen added, referring to Kate's fetching appeal.

So then Aniston, who's nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama, for Cake, finally made her way over to Ryan.

Complimented on her "beautiful jewelry," Jen—who was literally glowing on the red carpet—said, matter-of-factly, "Oh yeah, I slept in it."

Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston, Golden Globes

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Asked about the no-frills, intense role she took on in Cake, playing a woman left in chronic pain by a tragic accident, the former sitcom darling acknowledged how she'd been waiting for the right meaty role for some time.

"I mean, I've wanted to do a role that requires oomph for a long long time, and it just happened to take this long," Aniston said. "Obviously there seems to be a different reaction to pieces of work that turn into other pieces of work. It's something I've observed, we could say."

Well, we then observed her giving fiancé Justin Theroux a quick kiss before heading backstage to get ready to present the first award of the night.

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