January Jones: ‘I knew I would be raising my son alone, I was prepared’

I know I’m like a broken record at this point, but I LOVE net-a-porter.com’s online magazine The Edit. They have amazing stylists and good photographers and they’re doing some of the best celebrity editorials and interviews these days, better than most print magazines. January Jones is the newest cover girl for The Edit, and I’m including some of her best photographs ever! They managed to shoehorn her into some lovely dresses and they posed her in interesting ways. Of course, she still looks like a stone-cold icy bitch, but that’s just who she is. She owns that. You can read the full interview here and here are some highlights:

Why she’s not on Twitter: “As an actor, if people know too many things about you they won’t believe you in a certain character. You don’t want people to have a preconceived idea of who you are.”

On not revealing her son’s paternity: “It’s just not something the public needs to know. I don’t divulge my sexual preferences. There are parts of your life – no matter what your job – that should remain private. When I was starting out, other actors advised me to keep certain things close to the vest. When you become a public figure people want to know everything about you, and then [they] pick it apart – it becomes negative. When my son asks those questions, I want him to [hear it from me]. I don’t want him to be able to Google it.”

On pregnancy: It was the “most healthy and peaceful I have ever felt”, and she can’t imagine parenthood any other way. “I don’t have room for anything else, so I don’t know how I would have done it with a partner. I knew I would be raising my son alone. It was something I went in to knowingly, I was prepared mentally – and I was excited about it.”

Her modeling past: “I didn’t like modeling. The greatest thing I took from [it] was self-appreciation: I was good at dealing with disappointment. You go on 10 go-sees a day, so when I got to LA and started auditioning, I was used to rejection.”

On the end of Mad Men: “It will be very sad. We are all so close that we will keep in touch, but I don’t think we will ever have this kind of experience again – from the relationships we’ve made to the success we have had, to the cultural impact [of the show].”

Happily ever after: “I am supposed to say I’d like Betty to find happiness or end up with Don, but I think that would be unrealistic. People just don’t end up with the happily ever after, you have your good and bad days. I am not sure Betty is the type of person who, when faced with what would make her happy, would be able to recognize it.”

[From The Edit]

Much like January’s New York Times interview earlier this week, I do have to give her respect for being able to completely avoid commenting or dropping clues about her son’s paternity. I mean, except for the biggest clue of all, the name “Xander” and how the boy looks. As for “I don’t divulge my sexual preferences” – she divulges them all the time, whenever she climbs on top of a married man or an engaged man. Her “sexual preferences” are “dudes wearing wedding rings”.

Photos courtesy of The Edit.

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  1. fabgrrl says:

    Wait, is she hinting that she is a lesbian?

  2. Erinn says:

    She looks gorgeous in these photos.

    And I agree. It’s none of our business who her son’s father is. Of course, keeping it so hush hush increases curiosity, but it’s completely her right to keep it secret.

  3. ladybert62 says:

    I like the first and maybe the second photos – the third and fourth ones are too weird for me.

  4. JenD says:

    I’m not a fan of hers, but good for her for wanting to keep her personal life personal. I’d be horrified as a child if I found out so many details of my parents’ lives on the internet when I got older.

  5. TheOriginalKitten says:

    “I don’t divulge my sexual preferences”

    Well of course, who would brag about targeting married men and men in relationships?

    She looks really pretty in these photos and I think she’s a gorgeous woman but I still cannot stand her.

  6. Sirsnarksalot says:

    Love her. She’s playing it exactly right.

  7. LawyerGirl says:

    Every time I see her, I just can’t help but think about how she dated Josh Groban. Weirdest. Couple. Ever.

  8. Andrea says:

    I totally agree with her about twitter for actors. The best actors are the ones that show up when they have to promote something and then shut up. It keeps the mystery of who they are in the dark so they can vanish into characters.

    Pretty pics!

  9. Dawn says:

    Well I really love those pictures of her and I think that she is playing Betty the way that Betty should be played. Good for her for keeping some things to herself.

  10. aims says:

    Her preference is, the already in a committed relationship type. Her son will find out his paternity as he gets older.I’m not going to speculate who his father is, although he strongly resembles a certain director.

    I think the whole situation is sleazy. I don’t understand how some women think it’s ok to throw yourself to someone inappropriate. We’re supposed to be smarter, and I believe in the sisterhood. Whatever happened to having each other’s backs?

    • Lulu says:

      +1. She is beautiful here, no doubt. But I still get such a cold icy vibe from her.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      “I don’t understand how some women think it’s ok to throw yourself to someone inappropriate…”

      or rather throw yourself UNDER someone inappropriate.

    • hadleyb says:

      Who said she threw herself at him?

      God knows what lies he spouted to get laid .. ” oh my marriage is falling apart, we never have sex, she is mean to me, we are separating, we are just together for the kids, I don’t love my wife anymore, she refuses sex with me for years, I am leaving her for you.. ” and on and on. Men lie, women fall for it because they want to believe it.

      Do I think its ok to sex a married man? No but I hardly think she appeared naked in his bed, and tied him up and rode him all night against his will.

      Women shouldnt be saying yes to marrieds and marrieds shouldnt be asking. Claudia should divorce her douche hubby, but is she? Did she?

  11. Happyhat says:

    I’ll never understand the distaste people have for the woman who ‘gets’ with a married man. I mean the single woman who gets with the married man.

    Why is the other woman the home-wrecker? It’s the guy that’s married/engaged, he’s the home-wrecker. Men aren’t so weak that they are completely unable to say no when another woman comes along and tries to sleep with them. Jeez, give them a little more credit then that.

    I don’t believe any of this ‘sisterhood’ business either; that a woman shouldn’t go with a married man because it’s hurting the ‘sisterhood’. We’re all individuals with our own moral ideals – if you’re an idiot, I’ll hate you because you’re an idiot, not give you a free pass because you’re of the same gender as me.

    I mean, I don’t know why you’d want to get with a married man – perhaps you like feeling superior to the wives or something. Or the marriage was a business arrangement or whatever. Who knows.

    But really – if I was married and my husband had an affair, I’d be punching my soon-to-be-ex-husband in the face, not the woman he slept with.

    • Lol says:

      thank you, totally agree with you, I don’t get it either.

    • aims says:

      I got into this with someone a while ago. I think for someone to have preference to married, committed, taken men, has to be sick. The odds of a man leaving his life for the mistress is next to nil. To have such little regard for yourself, to be treated with like a toy and not be taken seriously is sad.

      We all have openly talked about or disdain towards leeann, because she was part of the reason a family got broken up. It doesn’t matter what the package looks like, it’s still a shitty gift inside. And Men who cheat are equally if not more shitty, for destroying the ones who love them.

      • Happyhat says:

        I imagine that Jones likes the guys who aren’t going to leave, so that’s why she picks them.

        Are we talking about Leeann Rimes? Yeah, she was part of the reason but not the whole reason. I think generally the comments about those guys are pretty equal in their distastes. But other ‘other woman’ stories do often focus on the ‘other woman’ and her evil ways more than the cheating-scumbag husband.

      • aims says:

        Leeann is an example. Cheating husbands are disgusting, untrustworthy scumbags. All parties involved in something like this are gross. I guess I should also drop the “sisterhood” thing. Morally wrong is a better term.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      First of all, no one is using the “home-wrecker” term on this thread except you.

      Second of all, BOTH people are to blame. And no, I’m not married and no, I’ve never been cheated on so NO, I’m not projecting or personalizing this.

      It has nothing to do with “sisterhood”– it’s simply morally wrong to target a married man and even worse when it’s a PATTERN of behavior like Jones has. Not like it was an isolated incident where there was just one affair-it has happened repeatedly with her.

      It really isn’t as complicated as you’re making it seem. If you wouldn’t want it done to you, you don’t do it to someone else. I learned that when I was a toddler.

      • Happyhat says:

        Well no, I’m the one saying home-wrecker. I’m talking about the general distaste for women who go for married men and who are often labeled the home-wrecker and who generally get all the snotty Victorian-esk moral judgments thrown at them and mainly them in a way that guys don’t get.

        I think I’m probably talking more generally, than in reference to Jones in particular. It just struck me that it’s the ‘other women’ who get more flack for these kinds of things than the man involved.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Well you’re preaching to the choir here. I HATE the term “home wrecker” because of the blatant double-standard and the fact that yeah, I DO think it’s damaging to feminism as a whole.

        Listen, I was one of the few out there *sort of* sticking up for K-stew for the over-the-top criticism she got for cheating so I think I have a level of objectivity about this.

        Maybe I’m undermining my point of cheating being a morality-based issue by saying this, but I DO think there’s a difference between what K Stew did and what JJ does–and I’m speaking in definitive terms here even though it’s *gossip*, for the sake of argument.

        I’m not trying to minimize anything-the pain caused to the “wronged parties” is the same in both scenarios. I just mean that when someone does it over and over again…I tend to think that they suffer from a moral deficiency ya know? When it happens on a consistent basis, you can’t call it “love” or even a “slip-up”—it’s something very, very intentional.

      • irishserra says:

        I’d like to add to Kitten’s comment here (which is spot on, by the way) that another reason why we are focusing our attention on January Jones is that she is more of a celebrity than Claudia Schiffer’s husband. (Or whomever the father is, but we know she’s the mother and she’s the celebrity and this is a celebrity gossip site)

        While I think we all pretty much agree that in the scenario of cheating, it does take two to cause the destruction and heartache, we just aren’t as interested in talking about the male counterpart’s role in this situation because he’s not thrown in our faces like she is.

        There are plenty of male celebrities who have taken the heat for their roles in breaking up marriages.

      • Happyhat says:

        I totally get you on the K-stew thing too, and yeah I think we’re on the same page with this.

        But I think Jones is a mistress-type woman in a world where large numbers of people have ‘business arrangement’ marriages.

      • ViktoryGin says:

        @ Happyhat

        I can’t stand the double standard. I believe the man should be called to task. This does NOT, however, make the woman non-culpable just because she is not legally apart of the union

    • Babette says:

      I agree with you that when a married person cheats, he or she is to blame for breaking the trust, there are unscrupulous people who ONLY go after married people. That floors me, and I could never respect someone like that.

    • Isa says:

      I’d punch them both in the face.
      Really, most of the commenters on here always talk about how the men don’t get blamed.
      The issue with January is that she *supposedly* has gone after several married or taken men.

    • Merritt says:

      The married men never seem to get much of the blame. Our culture is too focused on blaming women. The person who took vows and made promises to their spouse/partner is to blame.

      I don’t get why anyone would want to be with someone who is already in a relationship. It never seems to end well, but it is not up to me.

      I knew someone who had an affair with a married man. All it did was make her miserable and cause her heartbreak. Now that she has gotten married to a different man, she has turned into a complete hypocrite and and posts crap about “home-wreckers”.

    • paranormalgirl says:

      I absolutely have distaste for a woman who KNOWINGLY sleeps with a married man. But the emotion I have for a married man who sleeps with someone other than his wife is FAR more than distaste.

    • Nina says:

      Both parties are wrong but let’s face it, women don’t tend to act with their libido while men often have a hard time not acting on their sexual impulses, ESP if they’re going thru a rough patch in a relationship. So a woman should know better and yes, she should lock it down when it comes to married guys. But in the end, how u get them is how u lose them so if ur going to wreck homes, beware that ur home will be wrecked too likely. It sounds like from this intvw that january doesn’t care though; think she has deep emotional issues.

      • Carolyn says:

        I unknowingly had an affair with an engaged man quite a few years ago when younger and naive. He told me he and his fiancee were taking a break, she didn’t understand him etc etc. He said I wasn’t the first and wouldn’t be the last and was surprised that I ended it upon knowing the status of his relationship. I hope his fiancee found out about him and they didn’t get married.

        I didn’t wreck any home and I don’t deserve to have mine wrecked :)

        PS (not in direct response to your thread) I think January had an arrangement with a friend, not an affair. Both of them have simply chosen to keep details private.

  12. Falula says:

    I understand that her child is none of our business, but the idea that because she hasn’t confirmed paternity means he won’t be able to Google it is ridiculous. Of course he will be able to find all of the articles with the conspiracy theories and such.

    It kind of shocks me that at this point, celebrities think they will be able to keep their kids from things like this. I think they SHOULD be able to, but it’s not a reality. The number one reason I would never want to be famous.

  13. amberly says:

    I really think she only used the father *cough Sudeikis cough* as a sperm donor because she wanted a kid. I don’t get the feeling that the father of the child doesn’t want to be in his life, I think she doesn’t want them in her sons life.

  14. anneesezz says:

    Well, when you get pregnant by a married man, I guess you know you’ll be raising your child alone. DUH. She seems to have her head up her own as$. I doubt she’ll do much after Mad Men. She’s not a very talented actress.

  15. Miss Kiki says:

    I shouldn’t be so invested in the paternity of a child that isn’t related to me but damn it JJ manages to keep me interested. I know Vaughn is a big contender for the father but I still half suspect that it’s Ashton Kutcher.

  16. Talie says:

    I know she likes to look crazy on the red carpet, but she should rock one of these glamazon looks at least once. She looks amazing, especially in the green.

  17. Taylor says:

    She looks exactly like Nicole Kidman in the second photo.

  18. Wilma says:

    I appreciate that she truly does not seem to care about the opinion of the general public.

  19. Mingy says:

    that quote about wanting to raise her child alone bugs me..i feel u should be a single mother only if u have no other choice, (not that 2 women shouldn’t raise a child, or 2 men). wtv it sounded very selfish to me. i hope her boy has a great male role model in his life.

    i love that purple dress.

  20. teehee says:

    The father is the business of her and most of all, her child. Only the child needs to know and Im sure he does or will, and nobody else needs to be armed with munition to use against the child at this point. Everyone is curious, yes, but if you think abotu it for 30 seconds longer, who the hell are we to insist on getting to know that?
    You dont walk up to a mother with a child in her arms and INSIST that she tell you who is the father. Its beyond rude and completely crass and disrespectful.
    I put myself in her shoes in my imagination, and I would find it no-ass-body’s business where my child came from if I chose to not reveal it. It doesnt make the child any lesser “legit” and appeasing the curiosity therefore should not make the situation any “better” either.
    *folds arms*

  21. Decloo says:

    Wow, she looks so much prettier in profile.

  22. littlestar says:

    I must be dense, but how is the name Xander a clue about who her child’s father is?

  23. Happy21 says:

    She looks amazing.

    I’ve wondered that maybe she hasn’t revealed her baby’s paternity because she got a sperm donor? That may be why she knew and was prepared to raise him alone? I mean it’s a possibility and single women who want to be mother’s and have the money do it so why can’t she?

  24. Ginger says:

    You are correct Kaiser! All of those shots of January are fantastic. I want to save them for future portrait ideas. I’m not a huge fan of hers, although I love Mad Mend. BUT I like what she says in this interview about protecting her son.

  25. Malificent says:

    If the father is indeed a married man, then the lion’s share of the fault is his in the affair — unless he and his wife have an agreed upon open marriage. However, that doesn’t mean that the “other” woman has to buy what he’s selling.

    The ones who flat-out hit on you are easy to blow off — cuz sleaze and deception are decidedly unappealing. I’ve also been in a few situations where I was emotionally close to a married man. To my mind, it’s also just dishonorable. Regardless of any concept of “sisterhood”, it’s just plain uncivil to cause pain and harm to another woman who has never done me harm.

    And what about both parties using reliable birth control if they’re going to have an affair. If you want a family as a single, there are several more honorable ways to go about doing it. I get grief periodically for having chosen an anon. donor for my son. I realize that’s not the most perfect situation either, but at least I’ll never have to look my son in the eye and explain that his existence was the downfall of someone else’s marriage….

  26. Emily says:

    The men she’s cheating with should be getting the bulk of the blame; they’re the ones who made the vows and are betraying someone. And for this. Jeez, if you’re gonna cheat, at least cheat with someone with a pulse. I think she’s not a very good person, but she’s a lot better than a lot of people in Hollywood, so meh.

    Actually, that’s how I feel about her overall: meh. She looks boring. She acts boring. Those dresses are boring. I guess the green one’s okay; I’d like to see it on a real person, rather than a mannequin.

  27. judyjudy says:

    These pictures are really lovely.

  28. Loren says:

    I’m sorry but she’s uninteresting to me. I don’t think she’s into women, she’s just a huge slut who got with a married man and got knocked up. Since celebs don’t get abortions, ya she had to mentally prepare herself.

  29. ViktoryGin says:

    I feel so ambivalently about this whole thing. I tend to avoid coverage of her as she doesn’t interest me, and I typically avoid jumping on the JJ slut-shaming bandwagon (although I’m getting tired of this PCness run-amok where we can’t question someone’s sexual behavior without inviting a feminist diatribe, and maybe sometimes we should call a slutty spade a slutty spade). I find cheating of either party to be narcissistic behavior. Willfully having kids as a single person, too. Yeah, I said it. It’s really just a manifestation of entitlement and quite selfish. Single parenthood brought about by death or divorce, not withstanding. I don’t know. Maybe your kid would like a dad (or mom if that’s the case), and giving birth to a what should eventually become a well functioning healthy adult without that RIGHT is self-gratifying because often those that make this choice just want to mother something. Get a damn dog. Your kid is not your ego nor your deeply ingrained complex.

    • TG says:

      @ViktoryGin – I agree
      With you 100%. I don’t usually bother reading about her that much but I am on the bus home so I posted a funny comment before reading yours. I do get a little curious about the daddy triangle though.

      • Nina says:

        ViktoryGin, and how is bringing kids into a (most likely temporary) union certified with a legal stamp any less selfish? The world is overpopulated as is and frankly nobody is benefitting the world by breeding. Breeding nowadays is a selfish act, period. And if you believe in giving the kid opportunities, well, why don’t you condemn then teenage parents, parents who can’t afford decent college/travel/extracurricular activities, parents who have not been thought proper therapy themselves and are not well informed about healthy nutrition etc? I’m sure that her kid will do better in life than 4th kid of married 23 year olds on wellfare. You make no sense with your discourse…breeding is basic right, and everyone has their own opinion as to who is right and wrong to breed.

  30. TG says:

    “FLORC- you said it exactly. I think she is smart though she wants the paycheck without the hassle of a husband or sharing custody . If you want a lavish life and can’t afford a sperm donor you go January’s route and land a wealthy married man who will be happy to pay you millions to go away. Then to ensure that he keeps paying you send out teasers to scare him once in awhile. God why didn’t I think of that? All gold diggers should follow her example this way you get a cute kid lots of hush money and don’t have to deal with a gross fat husband like Harvey Weinstein or Vince whatever his name is.

  31. lisa says:

    if she didnt want to discuss her son’s mystery dad in every article, her publicist or agent could arrange that ahead of time.

  32. Mrs.Darcy says:

    I find this Scarlet letter crap a bit tiring – how does she have a pattern of targeting married men, exactly? Gossip alleges her son’s paternity is with a married man (unproven), but other than that she seems to have dated single men. If she made a mistake, then so did the married guy, more so. I do find it weird a woman her age could accidentally get pregnant, I’m not saying she’s a saint, but the ganging up on her as a single Mom is pretty crappy. She could have easily not had the baby and no one would have been the wiser, would that have made it all better? I just don’t get the level of vitriol. I don’t think she’s a genius and sure maybe she made a wrong choice but there is less evidence of it than many other, far worse Hollyweird shenanigans.

    • Ladygogo says:

      + 1. There is no evidence but yet she is being judged so harshly. I get that people get judgemental in the case of kstew because of over riding evidence but January? Its all rumors and innuendos. What if the baby is actually that guy that is olivia wildes boyfriends? How come no one says how bad it is that he doesnt acknowledge the child and where is the vitrol for allegeded baby father mattew vaughn who has repeatedly denied the paternity? I find it worse that these men get away with denying a child than what january is doing. To the child the baby fathers actions by denying paternity are more damaging than anything.

      • Jenny says:

        Well I think by virtue of the process involved it is impossible for BOTH men to be “denying” the child.

      • Londerland says:

        “I find it worse that these men get away with denying a child than what january is doing. ”

        Perhaps she’s asked them to keep quiet and they’re respecting her wishes? She sounds happy enough to be a single mother. Maybe she doesn’t want the father involved. Maybe he’s just kind of a douche and not really father material.

        Maybe (if it is Vaughn, say) she doesn’t want to push her way into an established family and force his wife and children to deal with the result of daddy’s indiscretion. Maybe the father offered financial and emotional support and she didn’t want it, she certainly sounds the independent type.

      • Atlanta says:

        @ jenny i dont think the comment was suggesting both men are the fathers. eye roll.
        If either waugh or sudekis is the father, the father is either a cheating husband who broke his vows and subsequently tries to hide his child out of wedlock or a douche who wont take responsibility for his kid. Is that really any better than a single mom? Really?

    • maxine says:

      Liam Hemsworth. That is all.

    • Talie says:

      I always think that, too. I mean, we don’t have hardcore evidence like with Kristen Stewart. Not saying she’s innocent, but she could easily deny and who could prove it? So, she was riding in the back of a car with Liam…I don’t remember seeing them kiss, etc..

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      Agreed. It’s weird.

  33. cat says:

    Thank you! I totally agree with you. Not everyone can have the ”conventional” family just because they haven’t met the right person but they still want to have children – so why judge her for doing just that? And all this speculating on the father just makes me laugh, none of you know yet most are so ridiculously judgmental!

    • Lexie says:

      All you have to do is look at the child to see who his father is and it’s clearly another woman’s husband which is why she is being so secretive. I’d be pretty pissed if it was my husband who knocked her up.

      • Selena says:

        and why arent you all ganging up on the husband you are so convinced knocked her up. In addition to cheating on someone he married he is pretending he is not the father. Seems to me he is doing more wrong here. People here preach about being feminists, feminism my ass.

      • hownowbrowncow says:

        Selena – maybe you’d be right if it weren’t SUCH a pattern with her. But she seems to target people who are married or engaged. It indicates she has no respect for other people’s relationships. Less to do with feminism or lack thereof, and more to do with the ugliness of her character.

      • Bijlee says:

        Selena I agree with ya dude! I think she faced some sort of trauma in her life and is not properly dealing with it. Girlfriend has issues. I’m confused by the feminism here. I’m confused by feminism in general though. There’s just so much out there and I really hate Internet feminism anyways, most of it is just endless bickering and bs.

      • Jenny says:

        Most, if not every person on this post has blamed the cheating husbands first and foremost, but that certainly does not excuse JJ from all culpability. It is wrong to knowingly date a married man and even worse if that is your MO.

      • Mrs.Darcy says:

        @hownowbrowncow: Sorry, but how is it SUCH a pattern? I apologize if I am missing something obvious, but other than people throwing shade at her over the paternity of her kid (and sorry but an infant “resembling” someone is not irrefutable proof), what exactly is her pattern – with whom – where/when? It could easily be Sudeikis’s kid for all we know, maybe he’s just a douche. I love gossip but seriously branding this woman some sort of man stealer when there is not one shred of proof is just so far over the top. Clearly she didn’t steal anyone’s man, no marriages have ended here (Unlike K.Stew – cough). I just don’t get the overheated quality of the comments on here, it is pretty archaic b.s. imo because she is daring to be a single Mom and not hang her head in shame.

  34. maxine says:

    This is the best I’ve ever seen her look. Beautiful – well done.

    I think the google comment is interesting – while her son won’t be able to find out his paternity by googling it – I wonder how he’d feel about all the other things he’d find out about his mother by running her name through google. I’d be concerned if I were her if he ever learns the name Liam Hemsworth and decides to throw that in google.

  35. Paloma says:

    These dresses are gorgeous! Incredible photography.

    I think her son looks exactly like Jason Sudekis.

  36. Mar says:

    Director of the movie X-men was Matt Vaughn

    January starred in the movie and got pregnant during filming.

    9 months later comes Xander.

    She knew she would raise him alone because the father was already married to Claudia Schiffer with 3 kids.

    Not sure how she’s being coy when she names the baby after the movie!!

  37. Dedrie says:

    Vaughn was believed to be born from an affair between his mother, the early 70′s society beauty Kathy Ceaton and actor Robert Vaughn. A paternal investigation subsequently identified his father as George de Vere Drummond, an English aristocrat who is a godson of King George VI. Early in Matthew’s life, before the paternal investigation, Robert Vaughn asked for the child’s name to be Vaughn, and it continues today as his professional name, though Matthew now uses de Vere Drummond in his personal life and for the naming of his children.

    Vaughn’s wife is German supermodel Claudia Schiffer, whom he married in Shimpling, Suffolk, in 2002. The couple have three children, son Caspar Matthew (born 30 January 2003), daughter Clementine (born 11 November 2004) and daughter Cosima Violet (born 14 May 2010). They have homes in Suffolk and Notting Hill

    He has hired ex-Gurkha soldiers for security for him and his wife following reports of stalkers intruding into their house.

    Co-screenwriter, director, producer.. X-Men

  38. fishy says:

    I smell Photoshop for the yellow dress pic. her was is waaaaaaaaaay too low to be her real body. freakish-looking!

  39. Rachel says:

    I laughed so hard t her reason for not being on twitter… January, you are exactly the same in every role, because you have the acting skill of a baked potato.

  40. endoplasmic_ridiculum says:

    Andros in Greek is ‘Man’

    ‘Alexander’ translates into @Defender of Men’.

    Xander literally means X-Man

  41. Denise says:

    In the last photo it looks like she’s got a stick coming out of her ass. Seems about right.

  42. kyle says:

    Bobby Flays wife plays Alexandra on svu. Alexandra = Xander. JJ being cold hearted would name her son after her baby’s daddy wife just to terrorize her more.

  43. Joe says:

    THey aren’t using any photographers that aren’t being used by most other magazines. In fact beyond the one feature everything is a pickup stock photo.

  44. Scarlett says:

    I just find her incredibly dull even her unknown baby daddy scandal can’t make her interesting. I think the father is the married director she worked with…if it was Jason Sudakis’ I’m sure they would just admit and it wouldn’t be considered a big deal. It make sense to keep the paternity secret is the father is married and unavailable. She has a habit of hooking up with married and unavailable men.

  45. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    This is truly a strange thread.

  46. Bitca says:

    Have never seen her on TV or film, but my initial vibe when seeing her photos–especially here–is Michelle Pfeiffer’s very unlikeable coke wh0re in the DePalma/Oliver Stone Scarface. MP was not an experienced actor at the time, & O Stone’s screenplay gave her nothing to work with beyond b1tchy dialog. So all you see is a stone-cold, angry, joyless Coke B1tch who isolates herself, expects no happiness or contentment, & only seeks to secure her lifestyle.

    January Jones projects the same thing in photos & interviews. And this may well be wrong, but with her icy demeanor & apparent fondness for sleeping with committed men, she seems to avoid risking a close relationship with anyone aside from her child.

    That sounds very sad, so I hope my uninformed, 1/2-baked analysis is completely off-base. M Pfeiffer as Elvira was annoying (granted all the guys I knew just thought she was super-hot ;-) ), but Jan. Jones portrayed by herself, in the media, & paparazzi snaps is downright depressing!

  47. Tania says:

    Friends, having given this some thought, I think that JJ set out with the intention of impregnating herself, specifically with someone who would not want to be involved, given his situation. I think that it was all very deliberate and I think she went into the pregnancy wanting to be a single mother. Why?? I don’t know.

  48. Ryan says:

    She’s right. It IS no one’s business who her baby’s father is, but it’s totally Jason Sudeikis. I just looked at beach pics of him on Dlisted & he looks just like the kid.