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Someone Works Out: SJP Covers Elle's Women In Hollywood Issue

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    If your jaw doesn't drop at this insane Elle cover featuring SJP, well, maybe it's time to check your pulse. At 47, Sarah Jess has got a lot to be happy about — and if it's not covering the glossy's "Women In Hollywood" issue, it should certainly be that rock-hard bod. Sure, there must have been a bit of Photoshop wizardry involved, but we recognize that petite frame and smoldering smize well enough to know the tech team didn't go too crazy. But, Carrie SJP's not the only one looking amazing — there's Octavia Spencer being coy, Emma Watson channeling Victoria Beckham, and, yes, Elle Fanning (who we're honestly a little surprised about being included in the Hollywood achievement issue?).

    Still, Sarah Jessica Parker is the cover girl for a reason. Just don't expect her to be reviving any old roles any time soon: "I don’t love the idea of playing another woman who loves fashion and is slightly flawed in New York City. I loved Carrie, and I don’t want to do the poor man’s version of her. And while those are often the lucrative things to do, it’s more reason to look in the other direction.” Sad, but so true.

    Click through for some selects from the mag's girl power issue and tell us which star you think looks best.

    Photos: Courtesy of Elle

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