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Jennifer Garner hilariously recreates scene from Alias to celebrate 10million Instagram followers

Jennifer Garner has come a long way since her sexy star-making role in Alias.

And the Golden Globe winner has no problem poking fun at herself in the hit action series, 14 years after it ended.

She hilariously recreated a sexy pool scene from her breakout spy series Friday, as she took to Instagram with the funny video to celebrate reaching 10million followers.

Old time’s sake: Jennifer Garner hilariously recreated a sexy pool scene Friday from her breakout spy series Alias, as she took to Instagram with the funny video to celebrate reaching 10million followers

The 48-year-old captioned the clip: ‘I am awfully grateful for everyone in this community. 

‘To celebrate all 10 million of you, here is THE video I promised my manager (hi, @nksolaka) and my publicist (hi, @mereowass) I would never post (because [emojis symbolizing young woman turning into old woman]).’

She continued: ‘At some point in 2021, Ladies, I will try to look cute just for you. #thankyou’

Garner shared a clip of her Alias character emerging from a pool in slow motion, showing off her taut bod in a blue bikini.

Like and subscribe: The 48-year-old captioned the clip: 'I am awfully grateful for everyone in this community. To celebrate all 10 million of you, here is THE video I promised my manager (hi, @nksolaka) and my publicist (hi, @mereowass) I would never post'

Like and subscribe: The 48-year-old captioned the clip: ‘I am awfully grateful for everyone in this community. To celebrate all 10 million of you, here is THE video I promised my manager (hi, @nksolaka) and my publicist (hi, @mereowass) I would never post’

Bikini babe: Garner shared a clip of her Alias character emerging from a pool in slow motion, showing off her taut bod in a blue bikini

Bikini babe: Garner shared a clip of her Alias character emerging from a pool in slow motion, showing off her taut bod in a blue bikini

Chic display: She slips on a pair of blue heels and wraps a matching coverup around her waist

Chic display: She slips on a pair of blue heels and wraps a matching coverup around her waist

Clothing optional: Garner then walks away and removes her top

Clothing optional: Garner then walks away and removes her top

Splish splash: The Elektra star accompanied the clip with a current video of herself less-than-gracefully climbing out of a pool, sporting a black wetsuit and a pair of chunky goggles

Splish splash: The Elektra star accompanied the clip with a current video of herself less-than-gracefully climbing out of a pool, sporting a black wetsuit and a pair of chunky goggles

Drying off: She slips on some fuzzy slippers and tosses her goggles

Clumsy exit: Garner then buries her face in a towel and clumsily unzips her suit

Clumsy exit: She slips on some fuzzy slippers and tosses her goggles, before burying her face in a towel and clumsily unzipping her suit

She then slips on a pair of blue heels and wraps a matching coverup around her waist, before walking away and removing her top. 

The Elektra star accompanied the clip with a current video of herself less-than-gracefully climbing out of a pool, sporting a black wetsuit and a pair of chunky goggles.

She slips on some fuzzy slippers and tosses her goggles, before burying her face in a towel and clumsily unzipping her suit.

Garner starred as undercover CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the ABC series, which ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006, earning her a Golden Globe in 2002.

She revealed this week on The Drew Barrymore Show that the host’s 2000 blockbuster adaptation of Charlie’s Angels inspired her performance in Alias.

Femme fatale: Garner starred as undercover CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the ABC series, which ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006, earning her a Golden Globe in 2002

Femme fatale: Garner starred as undercover CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the ABC series, which ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006, earning her a Golden Globe in 2002

Women supporting women: She revealed this week on The Drew Barrymore Show that the host's 2000 blockbuster adaptation of Charlie's Angels inspired her performance in Alias

Women supporting women: She revealed this week on The Drew Barrymore Show that the host’s 2000 blockbuster adaptation of Charlie’s Angels inspired her performance in Alias

Her own stunts: The mother-of-three said: 'Well, you know the whole reason I got so excited about investing myself in stunts and doing them all and learning to fight and being on wires was because of Charlie’s Angels'

Her own stunts: The mother-of-three said: ‘Well, you know the whole reason I got so excited about investing myself in stunts and doing them all and learning to fight and being on wires was because of Charlie’s Angels’

The mother-of-three said: ‘Well, you know the whole reason I got so excited about investing myself in stunts and doing them all and learning to fight and being on wires was because of Charlie’s Angels.

‘Just because I was such an enormous fan of what you guys did and how you changed the game and I ended up working with your same stunt crew… I ended up working with those same guys on a movie later and I was like, “Tell me everything they did. How did they train? What was it like?” You’re my inspiration Drew.’ 

She returned to the action genre in the 2018 critical flop Peppermint, which recently ranked surprisingly high on Netflix’s list of most-watched movies.

Garner is preparing for another action role on Netflix, recently joining Ryan Reynolds and Zoe Saldana in the cast of the upcoming time travel adventure flick The Adam Project.

Leading lady: Garner returned to the action genre in the 2018 critical flop Peppermint, which recently ranked surprisingly high on Netflix's list of most-watched movies

Leading lady: Garner returned to the action genre in the 2018 critical flop Peppermint, which recently ranked surprisingly high on Netflix’s list of most-watched movies




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