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AGE 20

1962

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ANNETTE FUNICELLO & HAYDEN PANETTIERE

As an original Mouseketeer, Funicello kept her body under wraps, while ex-Disney star Hayden Panettiere dares to bare her tattoo.

AGE 30

1942

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GINGER ROGERS & KATE HUDSON

As a '40s song-and-dance star, Rogers went for coiffed perfection, while Hudson embodies glamour in the musical Nine by letting her hair down.

AGE 40

1976

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MARY TYLER MOORE & JENNIFER ANISTON

Both starred in sitcoms as modern women, though "modern" has clearly changed.

AGE 50

1976

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THE QUEEN & SARAH FERGUSON

My, how royal style has shifted from one generation to the next!

AGE 60

1969

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BETTE DAVIS & MERYL STREEP

These actresses have 25 Oscar nods between them, but Streep wins "more youthful."