Nobody can stop talking about the December Vogue cover with Jennifer Aniston. Some are fixated by the Photoshopping, but most are shockingly interested in Jennifer calling out Angelina on stealing her husband back in 2005 and now semi-gloating about it. But our reaction went more like this: Since when does Vogue put up cover lines, like the one at left, like they're Us Weekly? "What Angelina Did Was Very Uncool" sounds like something I might glimpse on the cover of somebody's trash mag while on a neighboring treadmill, not what America's leading fashion magazine should use to sell their issue. We get that cover lines are all about grabbing the newsstand browser, and that anything about Angelina obviously sells, but still, forgive us for thinking there were boundaries. Not to mention, that quote isn't even correctly attributed to their cover girl - the extended quote reveals that she actually said something considerably different. But, we guess that doesn't matter if you're selling it like Star.