And if you're surprised by Jones' raciness, perhaps you forgot she a few years back.
After 'going for broke' and singing The Best Things in Life Are Free, a voice from the theater called out to Jones on stage, 'Where are you from? In 1953, on a post-high school graduation trip to New York with her parents, a friend introduced her to an agent who, immediately impressed, told her to attend an open audition with John Fearnley, the casting director for the songwriting team of Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Her sexuality remains unabated, says the naturally youthful-looking Jones healthy eating, daily exercise and no plastic surgery, she said.
In 1968 she returned to Broadway to star for the first time opposite Cassidy in the musical Maggie Flynn, which was set in New York City during the Civil War Draft Riots.
Her elegant, modestly high-necked jacket is black, her makeup is discreet and her silver hair tidy.
But the 79-year-old actress is clearly not ashamed of the revelations, and appeared on Katie Couric's chat show on Wednesday to proudly discuss her kinky sex life and confessed an x-rated secret to staying young.