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Despite having finished the 2014 New York City Marathon just four days before our cover shoot, Golden Globe–winner Teri Hatcher didn’t look a bit fatigued. In fact, the “Desperate Housewives” mama was the opposite, stepping into our Los Angeles studio with a spicy energy. She beamed about New York—“The crowds were INSANE!”—as her stylist prepped fun looks. Hatcher’s bubbly personality lit up the studio, and inspired more than one mini dance party throughout the day.
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Teri warmed up the camera with her natural beauty and perfect grin, going through plenty of outfit changes to capture the best look. Her cover style of choice included Nike Pro Classic Stripe bra ($40, nike.com) and Smak Short With Kelly Stitch ($52, smakapparel.com).
Bloom Café delivered delicious eats to our studio, and everyone enjoyed a quick lunch break before getting back to business. Teri ordered a simple grilled chicken with quinoa and steamed veggies—yum!
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Teri channeled her days starring in the drama “Lois & Clark,” giggling as she perched herself up a corner of the studio’s wall. She definitely made a solid Superman sidekick, but we think she could handle Spider-Man too!
SHAKE IT OFF
Halfway through the shoot, the crew needed a little pick-me-up, so rock music was swapped for a top 40s station. And everyone secretly loved when tunes shifted to Taylor Swift’s smash hit, sending WR editors to “Shake It Off .”
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Teri celebrated in Central Park after her 26.2 mile journey through NYC’s five boroughs in November. Congrats to the new marathoner!
Teri insisted on a fun group shot to close out the day—and we think we totally nailed it! Clockwise from top left: stylist Michael Semler, WR associate editor Caitlyn Pilkington, hair and makeup artist Alison Gladieux, publicist Nicole Callas, WR assistant Elisa Hoffman, WR photographer Scott Draper, Teri Hatcher, photo assistant Gino Terribilini.
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