Jennifer Aniston: GQ cover was airbrushed

Aniston admits nude GQ cover was Photoshopped

Jennifer Aniston, celebrity pictures, Marie Claire
Jennifer Aniston, celebrity pictures, Marie Claire

Aniston admits nude GQ cover was Photoshopped

Jennifer Aniston has admitted that her recent naked American GQ cover was air-brushed.

The Marley and Me star has been doing the rounds for her latest movie – which just hit the top spot as the highest grossing ever for a movie opening at Christmas, taking $14.8 million at the box office – and appeared on US talk show The View last week to discuss her new-found sexy status.

Sitting down to chat to US interviewer Barbara Walters, Aniston was met with the magazine cover once more which sees the ex-Friends star posing nude with just a tie draped around her neck for company.

Holding up the GQ cover, Walters asked: 'What happened to the girl next door from Friends?'

To which Aniston replied: 'She's there! Photoshopped!'

The actress went on to explain that the cover had a concept behind it – which went slightly array.

'This had a whole concept. It was going to be in various stages of undress. There was going to be me in a gown and men in tuxedos. And then it would be me wearing the man's shirt. And he would have no shirt on. And then they were supposed to get naked! Somehow I don't know what happened!'

Asked if she had been drinking or smoking something, Aniston simply said: 'They got me bombed!'


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