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January Jones is gracing two covers of W Magazine May 2011 issue. 33-year-old X-Men: First Class star is showing off her stunning figure on the cover page as well as in an editorial titled “The Devil in Miss Jones”.
For the W Magazine May 2011 subscription cover, she wore Giorgio Armani jacket and gown. For W Magazine May 2011 photoshoot, January is decked in black just like cover pages wearing stylish designer attires like leather and wool tunic, strapless jumpsuit with chic accessories.
January Jones on her upcoming role as Emma Frost in X-Men: “As Emma Frost, I’m telepathic, and I can turn into a diamond, which means I’m very, very cold. I always wear white: lots of iridescent stretch leather, lots of sparkle, and ass-kicking white boots.”
January Jones on the thought of getting marriage proposals at Comic-Con: “That’s perfect! Comic-Con is mostly male, and I don’t really have that audience. And, I’m really like a guy in a lot of ways. My screen saver is a picture of me with [NFL stars] Eli and Peyton Manning taken at the Kentucky Derby. The most starstruck I get is around football players.”
January Jones on moving to NYC as a model: “I was excited to be independent, but I was also naïve – I wanted to be rich and famous. I lived in an apartment near the Empire State Building. There were a billion girls in New York City who wanted to be models. After a while, I was immune to rejection, which helped when I went out to LA to become an actress.”
January Jones on taking the role of Betty Draper: “There was no Betty in the pilot when I auditioned. I read for Peggy two times – it was between me and Elisabeth Moss who eventually got the part. At the end of the scene, there was a casual mention that Don was married. [Creator Matthew Weiner] went home that night and wrote two scenes that featured Betty. I auditioned a couple of days later, and he made me a verbal promise that the character would grow. I took the part on faith.’