When we posted the first images of Blake Lively’s February Vogue cover, the discussion took a quick turn from does she or doesn’t she look amazing to who’s landed April’s cover.
Thanks to a few readers and some sneaky emails / texts, we think we have the answer. But since it isn’t nearly as fun to just tell you, let’s play a game. The clues:
1. “If you think this one is bad get ready. Vogue is now turning into TV Guide, April’s cover is even less deserved.”
2. “A cheesy television actress who came from a teen show – with bad commercial movies.”
3. She’s a former WB star.
4. The actress is “shaplier” than Katie Holmes, (which makes her prime for April’s Shape Issue) but shares the same initials.
Think you know the answer? Click to find out ours:
Katherine Heigl is both shapely, formerly of the WB (Roswell), currently on TV (Grey’s Anatomy), guilty of terrible commercial movies (27 Dresses), shares Katie Holmes’s initials and, when it comes to fashion, is less qualified for a Vogue cover than even Blake Lively.
Also, her new movie hits theatres April 3rd which makes a mid-March Vogue cover awfully appropriate.
Vogue‘s official-spokesperson response? “We confirm the cover closer to the on-sale date.”