By: John Stevens | Jul 19 2011 | 289 words | 1184 hits
Seventeen magazine is mostly for teenagers. It was first published in September 1944. The 67-year-old teen magazine is the forefront of newsstand popularity among growing competitions from other magazines.
Seventeen has seen many cover models come and go. Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, Brooke Shields, and Jennifer Connelly are just a few names who covered Seventeen before they were stars, and now they have become one of the world’s biggest movie stars. Scroll down to see Seventeen cover girls before they became stars.
Cameron Diaz was featured on the front cover of the July 1990 issue of Seventeen. When asked about her future plans, Cameron said, “"I'll probably model until I'm old and gray. Actually, my ultimate dream is to be a zoologist. Maybe go on safari in Africa and study lions."
Cameron Diaz 1990
Can you believe this 13-year old girl is Brooke Shields? Last year, the actress guest-starred in The Middle, as the next-door nemesis of Patricia Heaton's character
Diane Lane covered the February 1984 Issue of Seventeen Magazine. Soon after her screen debut in George Roy Hill's 1979 film A Little Romance, she featured on the cover of Time magazine
Jennifer Connelly was featured on front cover of the August 1986 issue of the magazine Seventeen
Angie Harmon was Seventeen's 1987 cover model contest winner
Niki Taylor's First Magazine Cover: Seventeen Magazine
Reese Witherspoon made a turning point in her career with the breakout role as "Elle Woods" in Legally Blonde. However, before the Legally Blond movie, she was a Seventeen-proclaimed rising star
Katie Holmes covered the August 1999 issue of Seventeen. Since early 2005, the actress became the subject of international media attention more for her highly publicized relationship with Tom Cruise
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