Tina Fey and Amy Poehler by Michael Caulfield/WireImage.com Tina Fey and Amy Poehler by Michael Caulfield/WireImage.com
Vanity Fair has released pictures from its upcoming April issue featuring funny ladies Tina Fey,

Sarah Silverman and Amy Poehler on the cover. They look more like Greek goddesses in flowing gowns than the "tomboy" garb they're usually photographed in on the job - the point being that women can be funny and hot. Just take a look at the VF site for yourselves. Me-ow! The inside article, "Who Says Women Aren't Funny," discusses why comediennes continue to carry a stigma. The mag tries to shatter that image and demonstrates (through multiple amazing Annie Leibovitz photos) just how many talented ladies we have that make us laugh every day. What does Ms. Fey, the brains behind 30 Rock and many a golden year at SNL, think about the idea that one has to trade looks for humor? Happily, she thinks that the trend on TV is now about "normal"-looking people. "In the '90s, it seemed like every person on a sitcom - think of Friends - was really foxy. I know our show and The Office have normal people. If anything, it's shifted back." - Erin Fox Who are your favorite sexy funny ladies? Watch 30 Rock or The Office on our Online Video Guide.