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Count Sarah Michelle Gellar among the ranks of newly disgruntled Vogue subscribers.
The Crazy Ones actress was apparently dissatisfied enough with the April issue cover choice of pop culture megastars Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to help lead the charge against the fashion publication.
On Friday, Gellar wrote to her 220,000 Twitter followers that she would be ending her Vogue subscription. “Well……I guess I’m canceling my Vogue subscription. Who is with me???” wrote the actress.
PHOTO: Vogue’s Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Cover
While Vogue has long featured celebrities on the cover, the selection of the rap artist and reality TV star warranted an explanation from Anna Wintour in her editor’s letter.
“Kanye is an amazing performer and cultural provocateur, while Kim, through her strength of character, has created a place for herself in the glare of the world’s spotlight, and it takes real guts to do that,” the editor wrote.
Well……I guess I’m canceling my Vogue subscription. Who is with me???
— Sarah Michelle (@RealSMG) March 21, 2014
Meanwhile, in a nod to a prior parody of the couple, actors Seth Rogen and James Franco offered a more humorous take on the cover:
It had to be done: pic.twitter.com/EXH2NJI3m9
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) March 22, 2014
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