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All On The Cover: John Mayer Covers Rolling Stone

MAGAZINE: Rolling Stone
NEWSTANDS: February 2010
MODELS: John Mayer
PHOTOGRAPHER: Mark Seliger
WEBSITE:
www.RollingStone.com
NOTES: Dirty Mind, Lonely Heart: John Mayer on Jennifer Aniston, Tiger Woods & Masturbating 

A shirtless John Mayer is on the new cover of Rolling Stone, and inside he talks a lot about sex, finding a partner, and masturbation. Mayer himself has read it, as he tweeted, “Just read my Rolling Stone cover article. I’m still not sure if I would want to hang out with me” “After 30 minutes of twirling my hair into a knot, I say “fuck it.” You can’t go wrong if you tell the truth.”

Here are some highlights from his interview.

About Jennifer Aniston: The 32-year-old singer-guitarist admits he prefers Continuum to his 2009 disc Battle Studies (“I know that I’m supposed to say that my newest is the best one. Bullshit,” he says), that he hasn’t stopped thinking about his split with ex-girlfriend Jennifer Aniston (“I’ve never really gotten over it. It was one of the worst times of my life”) and that his sex life has become an endless loop of new girls rejecting him in clubs (“Blowing me off is the new sucking me off!”).

Mayer also talks about, among other things, masturbation and Tiger Woods: “I have masturbated myself out of serious problems in my life. The phone doesn’t pick up because I’m masturbating. And I have excused myself at the oddest times so as to not make mistakes. If Tiger Woods only knew when to jerk off. It has a true market value, like gold bullion. First of all, I don’t jerk off because I’m horny. I’m sort of half-chick. It’s like District 9. I can fire alien weapons. I can insert a tampon. No, I do it because I want to take a brain bath. It’s like a hot whirlpool for my brain, in a brain space that is 100 percent agreeable with itself.”

And what he’s looking for: Mayer’s in the midst of a massive 10-year record deal and enjoys the pleasures of late-night weed-and-video-game sessions, as well as his $20 million vintage watch collection, but what he truly wants, he tells RS, is to finally find a a female companion. But not just any girlfriend — Mayer is after “the Joshua Tree of vaginas.” “I’ll be happy when I close out this life-partner thing,” he says. “Think of how much mental capacity I’m using to meet the right person so I can stop giving a fuck about it.”

Grab the new issue for Mayer’s full advice for Tiger Woods (”I have masturbated myself out of serious problems in my life”) and more on his journey from bedroom guitar player to the most angst-ridden playboy in rock.

Check out some more photos of John Mayer below….

John Mayer Rolling Stone Cover Shoot Mark Seliger Photo

John Mayer Rolling Stone Cover Shoot Mark Seliger Photo

John Mayer Rolling Stone Cover Shoot Mark Seliger Photo

John Mayer Rolling Stone Cover Shoot Mark Seliger Photo

John Mayer Rolling Stone Cover Shoot Mark Seliger Photo

John Mayer Rolling Stone Cover Shoot Mark Seliger Photo

Source: RollingStone.com

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All On The Cover: Jennifer Aniston Covers GQ

Jennifer Aniston is not afraid to show her body, or her feelings for her ex Brad Pitt, in the January 2009 issue of GQ.
[Photos Taken By: Michael Thompson]

Jennifer Aniston is not shy.

Wearing nothing but a necktie in the January issue of GQ magazine, she not only bares her soul about the current state of her relationship with ex-husband Brad Pitt, she bares just about every inch of her body, before she turns the big 4-0.

Aniston is sandwiched between two seemingly naked men. The star of the upcoming movie Marley & Me tells GQ that while the two are hardly best friends, they do still keep in touch. Inside, there’s a candid interview in which Aniston calls her relationship with Angelina Jolie and Pitt an “insane Bermuda Triangle.”

Below are more photos of Jennifer Aniston.

“When there’s something to congratulate or celebrate, there’s an exchange,” she tells the magazine. “But there’s no charge on it.” There is, however, quite a charge in the racy photos Aniston posed for, wearing nothing but a red, white and blue tie, reclining on the ground between two buff boys.

[Tie, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers. Swimsuits (on men) by Parke & Ronen.]

It’s hard to believe the former “Friends” star is 39 years old. The “body” part, at least, is quite apparent.

She jokingly continues: “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 …” she said, referring to two of Jolie and Pitt’s six — and counting — kids.

But she says she and Pitt do speak from time to time: “When there’s something to congratulate or celebrate, there’s an exchange. But there’s no charge on it.”

More of what she said in the interview:

On looking jaw-dropping at 39: “I feel more comfortable today than I ever did in my 20s or early 30s,” she said. “I’m healthier. I’m more at peace in my mind and with my body.”

On her on-again boyfriend John Mayer: “Honestly, did not know much about him 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 the rumors surrounding pregnancy and marriage: “I am not having his baby. And I have not popped the question.”

On Aniston’s current work on the film, “Pumas,” which she calls “sort of a female ‘Wedding Crashers’” about two “aspiring cougars”: “It is so a comment on the sexual double standard, and what’s been ironic is how hard it’s been to get this movie made,” she says. “Studios want it, but they are afraid of Middle America. They’d want to change it; they’re saying, ‘Oh, you can’t do that, people just can’t imagine you …’”

On female movie roles in Hollywood: “Look, I think all women on some level just want to rage against the machine,” she says. “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 favorite theme.”

The January issue of GQ hits newsstands December 23. Excerpts of the cover story appeared in the New York Post, People.com, JustJared.com and wowowow.com.

Aniston isn’t the only piece of the “Bermuda Triangle” running her mouth. Brad Pitt recently spoke to Rolling Stone. In the interview he says that he and his partner Jolie don’t fight. Pitt says, “I don’t want to waste time being angry at someone I love.”

[Hat by Paul Stuart. Shirt by Calvin Klein Collection. Briefs by Calvin Klein Underwear.]

[Pants by Dolce & Gabbana.]

[Hat by Paul Stuart. Shirt by Calvin Klein Collection. Briefs by Calvin Klein Underwear.]

[Tie, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers.]

For more on the interview check out GQ Magazine.

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WTF Wednesday: Jennifer Aniston on Motherhood

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Jennifer Aniston is pausing to address all the pregnancy rumors surrounding her.

“Oh my God, it’s hysterical,” she says in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly about speculation that she is carrying current beau John Mayer’s baby. “It’s almost going to take away the fun from actually being able to say one day, ‘I’m pregnant!'”

In other words: “Stop stealing my thunder, motherf–kers!”

The Marley & Me star adds that while we won’t be privy to a baby bump anytime soon, she does feel motherhood is in her future…

“I’m on the verge of it in some way—or it’s something I long for,” she says.

However, what she clearly doesn’t long for is the ongoing drama surrounding her, her ex-hubby Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, citing in particular the recent issue of Vogue magazine that highlighted Jen’s quote, “What Angelina did was very uncool,” on its cover.

“I was just surprised that Vogue would go so tabloid,” she says, insisting the so-called slam was taken out of context. “I was bummed. But you almost expect it. Big deal. Done. Next.”

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