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And no, the issue isn't whether a 53-year-old could look that good naked. The star of Veep appears on the next Rolling Stone cover (on stands Friday) with a copy of the Constitution printed on her back and a big fat John Hancock scrawled at the bottom.

Trouble is, John Hancock was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution. No word on whether the signature was intentional or a mistake.

It's arguable how many Americans are up on their history enough to spot the gaffe. But Philadelphia's National Constitution Center certainly is, and it wasted no time tweeting "George Washington to @RollingStone - Thanks for the shout out but no Hancock here..." and included a photo of the signers' rendered in bronze.

For its part, Visit Philadelphia spread the word that the city is an ideal place to brush up on American history at the Constitution Center and at Independence National Historical Park.

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