Bruno, the gay fashionista alter ego of actor Sacha Baron Cohen, spoofs Jennifer Aniston's infamous GQ magazine spread once again. This time, it is on the cover of the new issue of Attitude, the UK's best selling gay magazine.
Following his recent naked GQ Magazine cover, Bruno recreates Jennifer Aniston's GQ image in which she lays among hunky models with nothing but a tie.
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Bruno Spoofs Jennifer Aniston in Attitude Magazine
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