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D’Arcy Carden excited to meet Jennifer Aniston at People’s Choice Awards 2019

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The Good Place star D'Arcy Carden attended the 2019 People's Choice Awards on Sunday at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.

The 33-year-old Almost Family actress looked gorgeous in a sparkling silver and black dress for the awards show. She will be next seen in the Amazon Prime series adaptation of A League of Their Own, alongside Abbi Jacobson.

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Carden said she was very excited to be in the same room as Jennifer Aniston. Aniston accepted the People's Icon award last night and is also up for Female Movie Star of 2019.

"I'm a little excited that she's here, and we're gonna be like, sharing the same air," Carden said.

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Carden, who plays Janet on The Good Place, presented in the Competition Show category alongside Jenna Dewan. The Good Place was also nominated for Comedy Show of 2019, and is currently airing its final season on NBC.

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