Jennifer Aniston roasted Adam Sandler for wearing a sweatshirt to the 'Murder Mystery 2' premiere: 'I'm not standing next to him'
Jennifer Aniston called out Adam Sandler for wearing a sweatshirt to the "Murder Mystery 2" premiere.
On Tuesday, the pair attended the Los Angeles premiere of their new Netflix movie.
Instead of dressing up, Sandler turned up in a Knicks hoodie, sneakers, and tan pants.
Jennifer Aniston was quick to roast her "Murder Mystery 2" costar Adam Sandler after he turned up to the movie's premiere in a sweatshirt.
On Tuesday, the cast of the coming Netflix sequel attended the Los Angeles premiere at Regency Village Theatre. But while the rest of the cast turned up in formalwear, Sandler opted to wear a Knicks hoodie, tan pants, and blue sneakers.
Aniston caught sight of Sandler's outfit while she was being interviewed by the "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Nischelle Turner, and she immediately exclaimed: "What the hell are you doing? I'm not standing next to him."
Aniston then greeted her other costar Mark Strong, who was wearing a gray suit, and said: "I mean, this is what I'm talking about."
Sandler joked: "She said sweatshirts, Mark."
After Turner asked whether Aniston had promised Sandler that she would also turn up in a sweatshirt, the "Uncut Gems" star said: "You said it. You texted me, 'Please wear your sweatshirt.'"
Aniston then replied: "I said, 'Please don't wear your sweatshirt.' Miscommunication."
While Sandler dressed down for the occasion, Aniston wore a silver gown that she said was hand-beaded.
This is not the first time the "Friends" star has made fun of Sandler's style.
Last week, during her appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Aniston expressed her surprise that Sandler actually wore a suit to a ceremony in his honor at the Kennedy Center, where he won the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
"He never wears a suit," Aniston said. "It is weird because it kind of looks like he's just playing dress-up and he kind of just seems very uncomfortable."
Aniston added that Sandler could defend his outfits because Vogue had dubbed him a fashion icon in 2021.
"Vogue did this. Vogue made him a style icon," Aniston said. "Now he's like, 'Vogue said I was amazing like this.' So thanks, Vogue."
"Murder Mystery 2" premieres on Netflix on Friday.
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