Jennifer Aniston: GQ’s Woman of the Year

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bill-swift - November 17, 2005

I don't get it. GQ Magazine has named Jennifer Aniston it's first ever Woman of the Year. For what? Being in a movie that could only muster a third-place opening weekend? Or is it that she so "heroically" got over her split with Brad Pitt. Maybe they think dating Vince Vaughn requires an uncommon level of courage and fortitude. Well, they might be right on that one. Still, I don't get it. She ain't done nothin' special. Yahoo! News has some hints into GQ's motivation:

Former Friends star Jennifer Aniston has made history by becoming men's magazine GQ's first ever Woman of The Year.

The actress poses topless on one of three covers for the new magazine, and is named alongside rumoured boyfriend Vince Vaughn and

rapper 50 CENT as the publication's people of 2005 - the first time a woman has topped the men's list.

And editor Mark Healy insists the decision to honour Aniston isn't a gimmick: "Sometimes, when you think someone is deserving, then you make room."

Here are some small preview pictures from the upcoming issue.

Update: I've added hi-res versions of these Jennifer Aniston GQ Pictures after the jump.

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