Jennifer Aniston Agrees To Pose Topless In a 2014 Calendar

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 22 November 2013

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BEVERLY HILLS - Jennifer Aniston has just announced that she has agreed to appear in a 2014 calendar in which she will be totally topless.

The 44-year-old actress spoke with Tittle Tattle Tonight's Pico de Gallo at The Gunfight At The OK Corral Steakhouse in Beverly Hills.

She said that she has been approached by several publications about appearing in a semi-nude calendar.

Aniston, who is still considered America's sweetheart, after Angelina Jolie viciously stole her husband Brad Pitt away from her, remarked that she is proud of the fact that at 44, she still has the body of a 34-year-old woman.

De Gallo grinned and corrected her by saying that there are lots of 24-year-old women who wish they had the body she has.

Jennifer smiled and coyly told de Gallo that as they say in Vegas, flattery will get you everywhere.

Aniston was asked who's the lucky photographer that will be shooting her photo shoot.

She took a sip of her Singapore Sling and replied that she chose the world's top photographer Picasso Mandolin.

SIDENOTE: When Jennifer was asked what her fiancé Justin Theroux thought about her posing topless in a calendar she grinned and said that he did not really like it but then she does not like the fact that he has not set a wedding date either. She winked and said, "Pico, it's that goose-gander thing."

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