AARP Is Reminding Celebrities They're Old with Fake Magazine Covers

AARP Is Reminding Celebrities They're Old with Fake Magazine Covers
Celebrating a 50th birthday is quite a milestone for anyone, let alone musicians. AARP (f.k.a. the American Association of Retired Persons) has been helping celebrate a number of entertainment industry figures who have reached the milestone by putting them on the cover of its magazine — or so Twitter users have thought.

Spin reports that upon requesting a digital copy of the Dave Matthews cover you see above, it was informed by an AARP representative that the cover is actually "a celebratory post created for social media, and not an actual AARP The Magazine print cover or article."

Other covers have been done up to remind Twitter followers that Fred Armisen, Dr. Dre, Adam Sandler, Kiefer Sutherland and more have all hit the half-century mark of their lives. We're wondering whether or not these are available to order in a larger size akin to FADER covers.

Take a look through some of the mock magazine covers below.