If Jennifer Lawrence's IO Donna cover looks familiar, don't worry you're not crazy!
The image is actually from the Hunger Games star's June 2011 cover shoot for Flare magazine.
Really? They couldn't find a more recent shoot?
Oh well, when you look that ridiculously good looking in that Gucci dress does it really matter?
[Image courtesy of IO Donna.]
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First it was Rihanna, now her too?
Kim Kardashian is on the front of Cosmo Australia and this time they've recycled her cover from a non-Cosmo shoot!
The photo from the July issue was snatched from the reality star's Prestige magazine spread. The image was published almost a year ago, but Cosmo made it their own by simply flipping Kim.
We're also LOL-ing at the text placed between her arm and boob.
[Images courtesy of Prestige / Cosmo Australia.]
Tags: cosmo australia, july 2011, july cover, july issue, prestige magazine, recycled photos
This shoot is SO 5 months ago!
Rihanna is on the cover of FHM Australia's May issue, unfortunately from the same shoot she did for GQ UK back in December.
She still looks purdy though.
[Images courtesy of FHM / GQ.]
Tags: british gq, cover, december 2011, december cover, december issue, fhm australia, may 2011, may cover, may issue, recycled photos
On Tuesday, we showed our Cocolicious readers the cover of British Cosmo's April issue featuring Beyonce.
Turns out that picture is OLD.
The first time it was used was back in 2005 on the November issue of Vanity Fair.
We understand recycling photos, but 6 years is ridiculous.
[Images courtesy of Vanity Fair / Cosmo.]
Tags: cosmo uk, november 2005, recycled photos, uk cosmo, vanity fair
If the topless photos of Olvia Wilde in the March issue of FHM France looked familiar, you'd be right.
The pics were originally published in Maxim all the way back in July of 2009.
Now that's just being lazy.
[Image courtesy of Maxim / FHM.]
Tags: fhm france, fhm france 2011, july 2009, maxim, re-use, recycled photos