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'''''Girls' Life''''' (abbreviated as '''''GL''''') is a bimonthly American teen magazine. It was launched in 1994 by Monarch Services. Issues of ''Girls' Life'' contain information and advice on topics such as academic success, peer pressure, time management tips, stress-relieving ideas and self-esteem. [[Ariana Grande]] was featured twice on the cover of the magazine. She was featured on the August-September 2012 issue and August-September 2013 issue, with [[Jennette McCurdy]].
 
'''''Girls' Life''''' (abbreviated as '''''GL''''') is a bimonthly American teen magazine. It was launched in 1994 by Monarch Services. Issues of ''Girls' Life'' contain information and advice on topics such as academic success, peer pressure, time management tips, stress-relieving ideas and self-esteem. [[Ariana Grande]] was featured twice on the cover of the magazine. She was featured on the August-September 2012 issue and August-September 2013 issue, with [[Jennette McCurdy]].
==Trivia==
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*The magazine was once notable for the fact it did not feature celebrities on the cover, but eventually began featuring celebrity covers, the first being Alexis Bledel of ''Gilmore Girls''. The editor said this was because "celebrities sell more magazines".
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== Trivia ==
*As a teaser to the August-September 2013 issue, ''Girls' Life'' released the following, "Think Ariana Grande and Jennette McCurdy are hilarious on screen? Wait ’til ya see them IRL. The real-life ''[[Sam & Cat]]'' besties share the crazy thing that keeps ‘em tight (Hint: it involves all the guys in their lives)."
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* The magazine was once notable for the fact it did not feature celebrities on the cover, but eventually began featuring celebrity covers, the first being Alexis Bledel of ''Gilmore Girls''. The editor said this was because "celebrities sell more magazines".
*Ariana's dad [[Edward Butera]] bought the August-September 2013 copy.
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* As a teaser to the August-September 2013 issue, ''Girls' Life'' released the following, "Think Ariana Grande and Jennette McCurdy are hilarious on screen? Wait ’til ya see them IRL. The real-life ''[[Sam & Cat]]'' besties share the crazy thing that keeps ‘em tight (Hint: it involves all the guys in their lives)."
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* Ariana's dad [[Edward Butera]] bought the August-September 2013 copy.
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[[Category:Magazines]]

Revision as of 14:05, February 19, 2018

Girls' Life (abbreviated as GL) is a bimonthly American teen magazine. It was launched in 1994 by Monarch Services. Issues of Girls' Life contain information and advice on topics such as academic success, peer pressure, time management tips, stress-relieving ideas and self-esteem. Ariana Grande was featured twice on the cover of the magazine. She was featured on the August-September 2012 issue and August-September 2013 issue, with Jennette McCurdy.

Trivia

  • The magazine was once notable for the fact it did not feature celebrities on the cover, but eventually began featuring celebrity covers, the first being Alexis Bledel of Gilmore Girls. The editor said this was because "celebrities sell more magazines".
  • As a teaser to the August-September 2013 issue, Girls' Life released the following, "Think Ariana Grande and Jennette McCurdy are hilarious on screen? Wait ’til ya see them IRL. The real-life Sam & Cat besties share the crazy thing that keeps ‘em tight (Hint: it involves all the guys in their lives)."
  • Ariana's dad Edward Butera bought the August-September 2013 copy.
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