January Jones looks smoking in these outtakes from her recent GQ cover photo shoot.
Actress January Jones turned heads on the cover of GQ when she was photographed in a black leather jacket, baring her nearly-naked boobs.
The cover caused such an uproar that GQ fell prey to accusations of photoshopping the Mad Men star's rack and released a statement this week saying it's simply not true.
GQ's Director of Photography Dora Somosi blogged that the breasts in question are in fact "very real" and "very spectacular."
"People think that a person will look the same in every photograph, but that just doesn't happen," Dora slams on her blog.
"You can have two pictures in the same light, same clothes, same setting, and just a couple of seconds of difference, just the way you move your hands or the way you hold your neck, will change how your body looks."
Dora also adds that January Jones is a "smaller woman" and "pretty thin".
In fact, she is, even getting in trouble with her show's producers over being too thin late this summer.
I got told a couple of days ago that I look too skinny, and I was in trouble," January told reporters at a party in July. "Iím naturally pretty thin, so Iím trying."
The 31-year-old blonde noshes on anything from meat, potatoes and carbs and added the Mad Men producers want to maintain the integrity of the show, which is set to take place in the early 60's - Where "women definitely had more meat on their bones," says Jones.
"They tell us to gain weight, gain weight, gain weight, because they want a soft, voluptuous woman which they were [back then] which is beautiful, as it should be."