Saturday, December 10, 2005

Jennifer Aniston GQ's Woman of the Year

Jennifer Aniston is shaping up to be among 2005's most alluring — and best-selling — celebrities. At least for magazines.
GQ named her the magazine's first woman of the year in its annual Man of the Year issue, which hits newsstand nationally Nov. 22.

Vanity Fair's September issue, in which Aniston, 36, talked for the first time about her January breakup with Brad Pitt, is the magazine's best-selling issue of all time, with 700,000 copies on newsstands. Second-best: a September 1999 cover of Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, which sold 640,816 copies on newsstands.

People magazine's issue with excerpts from the VF interview and cover story on Aniston was its best-selling issue of the year, says deputy managing editor Larry Hackett. Two other Aniston covers on People this year "were also very, very big sellers."

And that doesn't consider tabloid coverage. Continue reading more on Jennifer Aniston and her Magazine Coverage of 2005 on U.S.A. Today

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