Jennifer Aniston: I Don't Have A Wedding Dress Yet; Sports Cupping Marks On Red Carpet

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Jennifer Aniston arrives at the Lifetime movie premiere of 'Call Me Crazy: A Five Film' at Pacific Design Center on April 16, 2013 in West Hollywood, Calif. -- Getty Premium
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Jennifer Aniston arrives at the Lifetime movie premiere of 'Call Me Crazy: A Five Film' at Pacific Design Center on April 16, 2013 in West Hollywood, Calif. -- Getty Premium

Jennifer Aniston is always dressed to the nines and that was no exception on Tuesday night when she stepped out at the premiere of her latest project, "Call Me Crazy."

But when it comes to her upcoming walk down the aisle with Justin Theroux, the actress is still deciding on what to wear.

"No, I don't," she told E! News when asked if she had a wedding gown picked out yet.

Adding that wedding planning "might make me crazy."

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The 44-year-old star sported a black strapless pantsuit on the red carpet, where she told Access Hollywood about her new project with Lifetime, which is a series of five short films dealing with mental health issues.

"It's not anything to be ashamed of because that's the biggest problem is that people feel because it's mental and it's your brain, you feel crazy and that's such a catchphrase that people are accused of. And it's like any ailment, any disease that's taking place in our body," she said of what she hopes the film sheds light on.

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Adding, "There's a big stigma around mental illness and there just doesn't have to be, you can live a very successful life."

Jennifer also made a statement showing off cupping marks (caused by the Eastern medicine practice of attaching glass cups to the skin via heat or suction to help with circulation.)

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Numerous cupping circles could be seen dotting the star's back.

-- Jesse Spero

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