While it was supposed to be the directors' night, Saturday evening's Directors Guild Awards was overshadowed by the presence of Jennifer Aniston and her hunky man, Justin Theroux.

The couple posed for cameras inside the Hollywood and Highland Grand Ballroom venue, but not on the red carpet. Jen sported a short, sparkly, strapless number -- looking a little fuller than usual -- and Justin wore is trademark monochromatic black.

Jen has said recently she's not worried about putting on a few extra pounds since she's stopped smoking. Guess that's what being happy with life will do to you ... she looks great and feels great, so why worry!

George Clooney, Michelle Williams and others on Hollywood's hot list were presenters during the evening, and Kelsey Grammar presented the Best Director prize to The Artist helmer, Miche Hazanavicius. The silent film took top prize at the Golden Globes as well and is poised to dominate on Oscar night, next month.

So why was Aniston at the DGA Awards? She was nominated in the TV Miniseries category for her work on the collective program Five, in which she, Demi Moore, Alicia Keys, Penelope Spheeris and Patty Jenkins each directed a piece of the series. Of course Demi Moore was not in attendance after her hospitalization this week.


Jon Cassar prevailed in the category, for his work on The Kennedys, staring Katie Holmes, which, after much negotiation and back-and-forth ended up airing on the Reelz Channel when The History Channel dropped it.

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