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Rock 'n' royalty ruled Cover Story during the month of November, with Courtney Love and Princess Diana staking equal claim to the title of queen of magazines.

Ms. Love and the late princess each earned 8 points for the month. The rocker appeared on Us for a story celebrating her transformation from grunge goddess to Hollywood glamor-puss, while Rolling Stone used her to help headline a story on the "women of rock," along with Tina Turner and Madonna. She also appeared on George.

The late Princess Diana was seen on Life and InStyle for stories celebrating her life and style, while the Star featured her twice.

New revelations about his family life earned Michael Jackson 7.5 points, four tabloid appearances and Cover Story's third place; while President Clinton and Tom Cruise tied for fourth place with 6 points each. In sixth place was George Clooney, who won 5.5 points along with People's "sexiest man alive" honor, while Frank Gifford got 4.5 points.

The race for eighht place was a four-way tie, with David Duchovny, Richard Gere,

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