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Usually the tabloids don't release their covers until Wednesday, but this week because of a possible leak, both People in the US and Hello in the UK decided to show their covers early. I'm not sure I like People's cover. I think the whole point of Angelina's dress, or at least what makes it interesting for a third wedding are the drawings of the kids on the dress. On People's cover you don't see them at all and what parts you do see aren't clear enough to make out the fact they are drawings. Another thing going for the Hello cover is Brangelina kissing which is missing from People. They went with the kind of pose they love and would probably be the same one Nicole Kidman would do. A final strike against People is they have to find other ways to get eyeballs inside so they have a blurb about the fall television season and Meredith Vieira.
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