Jennifer Aniston is on the cover of the January 2009 issue of GQ Magazine wearing literally nothing but a patriotic red, white and blue necktie.
In the GQ Magazine interview, Jennifer Aniston discusses ‘Pumas,’ a movie she’s developing that she describes as a “sort of a female ‘Wedding Crashers,’” as well as two other movies, ‘Marley & Me’ and ‘He’s Just Not That Into You,’ which are set for release in December and February, respectively.
In the accompanying photos, the beautiful 39-year-old Jennifer Aniston seems to have ditched her girl-next-door persona to become this raunchy, erotic and daring woman who’s not afraid of showcasing her risque and racy side.
As we’ve come to expect from Jennifer Aniston’s recent interviews, the actress shares more than her nude body with the red, white and blue necktie and answers still more questions in reference to the public’s unending fascination with the subject of her relationship with ex-husband Brad Pitt: “The funny thing is that people don’t realize we all go away to the Hamptons on the weekends… No. But can you imagine? That’d be hysterical: I’ve got Zahara on my hip, and Knox...”
The first four images in the gallery are part of Jennifer Aniston’s GQ Magazine spread.
Jennifer Aniston Hypes Upcoming Movies in GQ Magazine
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