The November issue of Vanity Fair drops tomorrow with Jennifer Lawrence on the cover, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. So far, so on the regs. But wait up: J-Law is posing in a pool, topless apart from a seriously bling necklace. Now, unless you were on an internet hiatus a month ago, you won't have missed the phone hacking scandal which saw Jennifer's private nude photos – and those of many other celebrities – hacked and leaked online.

J-Law was arguably the loudest voice to protest in the outcry about the violation (along with Lena Dunham, who said, 'The "don't take naked pics if you don't want them online" argument is the "she was wearing a short skirt" of the web. Ugh.'). In the Vanity Fair interview, Jen tells contributing editor, Sam Kashner, 'It's not a scandal, it's a sex crime,' adding, 'It's my body and it should be my choice.' High five to J, for owning her nakedness on the cover and telling it like it is.

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