Twelve years after her first nearly nude magazine cover, Jennifer Aniston appeared on the January 2009 cover of GQ in nothing but a necktie. It wasn't the first time the star had graced a magazine cover in the buff she appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone in 1996 at the height of the Friends mania but it just might have been the best. At the time, the former television sweetheart was promoting the family-friendly tear jerker Marley & Me, which was released two days after the provocative cover hit newsstands. Critics speculated that GQ was selling Aniston as an "all-American woman" to complement the issue's patriotic theme, and audiences were happy to have her back on top. The then 39-year-old had never looked better. Take that, Brad.