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CBS Serves Up Soft-Core Porn for Breakfast

Nothing starts a child's day right like some nice, healthy soft-core shots, so CBS's Early Show host Julie Chen has no qualms about serving up titillating photos of a nude Jennifer Aniston in the early morning “news” hour.


To tease their interview with the celebrity next week, the hosts displayed flesh-revealing photos of Aniston from the cover and inside of next month's GQ magazine. Instead of being embarrassed by the soft pornography, host Dave Price told Chen to, “Stop talking and appreciate it!”


Host Maggie Rodriguez, mother to a young daughter, merely quipped that Aniston is “very patriotic,” referring to the red, white and blue striped tie that covers the actress' nipples. Aniston is seen on the cover with only a tie around her neck and her hands “covering” her breasts, and then again on the inside in the same state of undress featured with two men lying on a bed next to her.


The roughly 50 second tease featured Chen attempting to discuss the “interesting quotes” Aniston makes in the magazine, but that story was overshadowed by the comments made about Anniston's body. “Take a look, she looks pretty… hot… I won't be posing like that!” said Chen referring to her colleague's comments about her and Aniston being the same age.


The female anchors were unfazed by the nudity and admiringly quoted Aniston as saying, “She says she's never felt more comfortable today than she ever did in her 20s or her 30s.”


The barely clad female body seems to be a new morning “news” staple. Last week on ABC's Good Morning America, Britney Spears performed in an outfit that revealed more than an inch of her posterior.

Erin Brown is an intern at the Culture and Media Institute, a division of the Media Research Center.