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Jennifer Aniston roasts Adam Sandler’s sweatshirt at ‘Murder Mystery 2’ premiere

Friends don’t let friends wear sweats on the red carpet.

Jennifer Aniston graced the red carpet for the premiere of “Murdery Mystery 2” in Los Angeles last night in a sexy, sheer Atelier Versace minidress.

The “Friends” actress look incredible, showing off her legs and curves in the netted look.

And while the Netflix movie’s star was dressed to impress, she couldn’t contain her thoughts on co-star Adam Sandler’s casual look.

“What the hell are you doing?!” Aniston, 54, exclaimed during an interview with ET as the comedian walked over in an oversized gray New York Knicks hoodie. “I’m not standing next to him!”

Sandler, 56 — who is famous for his laid-back style — tried to blame the “Morning Show” actress for the outfit, replying, “You said it, you texted me, ‘Please wear your sweatshirt.'”

“I said, ‘Please don’t wear your sweatshirt!” the blond bombshell shot back.

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While the “Happy Gilmore” actor teamed his hoodie with a pink-and-blue Hawaiian shirt, a pair of khaki pants and sneakers, Aniston simply accessorized her mesh look with a simple strappy pair of heels.

She wore her hair in her signature loose waves.

The silver ensemble follows another glam look Aniston wore for a “Murder Mystery 2” photocall in Paris, with the star channeling Kim Kardashian’s Marilyn Monroe Met Gala gown.

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The “Break Up” actress sported a sparkling nude dress paired with a white fur wrap as she posed alongside Sandler — who dressed up in a baggy monochromatic blue suit for the occasion — in front of the Eiffel Tower earlier this month.

While a third installment of “Murder Mystery” hasn’t been confirmed, Aniston said she’s game. “I’ll take it,” she told ET.

Just maybe no sweatshirts next time.