Jennifer Aniston Bares All For GQ Magazine

With forties the new thirties these days, women like wine only seem to get better as they age.  Never was it more evident than an almost 40 and bikini-licious Jennifer Aniston, who bared it all for the GQ magazine’s new cover.  The only thing she wears is a smile, a patriotic, red, white and blue necktie that covers her toned and tanned body, together with her awkwardly placed hands.

Without a doubt, Jennifer is getting hotter, but she does need Tyra Banks to teach her how to pose like a model.  It isn’t pretty, when your neck gets lost and you are trying to cover your nipples with your wrists.  Awkward, very awkward, just try it and you’ll know what I’m talking about.  And then, the expression, where’s the playfully sexy or naughty naughty?  Rather, we have Jen grinning more like a ‘beardless leprechaun’ or ‘transgendered elf’, though the hair looks hot, as ever.

As for her nemesis Angelina Jolie, Jen is teasingly funny about Jolie’s brood of six, even nicknaming Pitt, Jolie and herself as ‘the insane Bermuda Triangle’.  Asked about how Angelina says Pitt and she fell in love on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith , Jen says: ‘It doesn’t surprise me considering the source.’

Other Bon Mots From Jennifer Aniston In An Interview That Doesn’t Reveal Much

On John Mayer: ‘I am not having his baby.  And I have not popped the question.’

Taste In Music: ‘Honestly, did not know much about [John Mayer] before I met him. I’d heard … you know, uh ‘Your Body’–that song.  But, what I can say is that I had no idea what an extraordinary musician he is.  And, it’s just great to sit and be witness to that. It’s kind of like, Whoa!’

On Imaginary Vacations With Brangelina: ‘The funny thing is, people don’t realize we all go away to The Hamptons on the weekends.  No.  That’d be hysterical: I’ve got Zahara on my hip, and Knox…’

Whether ex-husband Pitt and she talk: ‘We don’t not talk.’  ‘When there’s something to congratulate or celebrate, there’s always an exchange.’

Why she hates romantic comedies: ‘There are too many movies out there that don’t empower women, movies in which their only way of being happy is finding a man. And you know that’s not my favourite theme.’

On Turning Forty: The ‘Marley & Me’ star, commenting on turning 40 on 11th February 2009 reveals: ‘It felt really good to be that comfortable with myself - and to lie on men as furniture,’ referring to the photo, where she sprawls amongst scantily clad men.  Further, she says she still can’t get her head round how old she’s going to be, though is more at peace and comfortable with her self and her body, than she was in her twenties or early thirties.

Ready to celebrate her age and sexuality, she describes her next film ‘Pumas’ as a ‘sort of a female Wedding Crashers’, a film that is a comment on America’s sexual double standard. She reveals that it was terribly hard to get the movie made, as studios want it, but they are not so sure about Middle America will like it.

As for Angelina Jolie, Aniston makes an attempt to play it off, but one can see there is really no contact or positive feelings towards the Other Woman.

To read more, catch the issue when it hits news stands on 23rd December, including Jennifer Aniston’s movie ‘Marley & Me’ opposite Owen Wilson, opening nationwide on on Christmas Day, and romantic comedy ‘He's Just Not That Into You’, scheduled for a February release.
 

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