Best-Selling Magazine Cover Stars From the Past Five Years

Click through to see which celebs ruled the newsstands over the past five years.
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Click through to see which celebs ruled the newsstands over the past five years.
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Jennifer Aniston Number of Best-Selling Issues: 9 Magazines Covered: Vogue, People StyleWatch, InStyle, Marie Claire, W, Harper's Bazaar, Elle

Team Jen reigns. Aniston's "likability factor" shines on both mass and luxury publications. And unlike many stars, she performs well on "off" months, too. Her December 2008 issue of Vogue outperformed the sartorial bible's March fashion issue.

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Sarah Jessica Parker Number of Best-Selling Issues: 8 Magazines Covered: Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire

SJP (and her TV alter ego Carrie Bradshaw) is synonymous with high fashion--but she's also got broader appeal. Working moms also relate to SJP—which helps to explain why she scored on three separate issues of Marie Claire.

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Lauren Conrad Number of Best-Selling Issues: 6 Magazines Covered: Glamour, People StyleWatch, Cosmopolitan

Women like and admire Lauren Conrad: her knack for entrepreneurship, her easy style, her friendliness. Those qualities appear to swiftly sell magazines.

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Kate Hudson Number of Best-Selling Issues: 5 Magazines Covered: W, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Glamour

Fun-loving Kate Hudson seems to do best when she's given a high-fashion makeover. Or pictured with Matthew McConaughey.

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Jennifer Lopez Number of Best-Selling Issues: 5 Magazines Covered: People StyleWatch, Glamour, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle

J. Lo doesn't do as many covers as her counterparts. But when she does partake, it's typically a hit. Like Jennifer Aniston, both mass market and high fashion readers like her.

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Kate Moss Number of Best-Selling Issues: 5 Magazines Covered: W, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue

Kate Moss is the only model model on the best-sellers list, which is a triumph in itself. Naturally, she tends to stick with luxury titles.

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Emma Stone Number of Best-Selling Issues: 4 Magazines Covered: Teen Vogue, Vogue, People StyleWatch

Women—and girls—relate to Emma Stone, which explains why she can transition so seamlessly from Teen Vogue to Vogue. Expect to see her on more covers in 2013.

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Miley Cyrus Number of Best-Selling Issues: 4 Magazines Covered: Marie Claire, Elle, Glamour

Miley is a bit of a surprise—after all, she's a teen idol turned...we're not sure yet. But people obviously like her. It'll be interesting to see how she did on the March 2013 issue of Cosmopolitan.