Gigi Hadid

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Operation: Bring Back Gigi Hadid's Moles is in full effect.

There have been numerous tales of Photoshopping mishaps over the years, and practically any celeb who has ever decided to pose in front of the camera has been victim of some retouching that raised a few eyebrows—and the latest star's shoot to get people talking is the beautiful blond supermodel.

Now, before we get into it, you should know that this is a very special case. Most of the time, Photoshopping failures consist of completely altering someone's look or taking a bit too much away from their body to the point where it's straight awkward.

In Gigi's instance, it was the fact that her stomach moles, which people have clearly grown to love, were zapped away for the Vogue China cover.

New @voguechina cover!! by @solvesundsbostudio xx

A photo posted by Gigi Hadid (@gigihadid) on

Hadid shared a photograph of the magazine cover recently on Instagram, captioning the picture, "New @voguechina cover!! by @solvesundsbostudio xx."

The cover shot shows the beauty gazing at the camera with her hands above her head, which ultimately causes her top to lift and bare her midriff. And whaddya know? Those precious birth marks are nowhere to be seen!

Fans didn't waste any time calling out the Photoshopping in the comments, saying things like, "They edit you too much, your gorgeous birth marks and all," "Wow, they totally covered up all your beauty marks on your stomach," and, "This is so airbrushed that her moles aren't even showing."

Some even came out with the shouty capitals, writing, "WHERE ARE YOUR CUTE LIL FRECKLES...WHY WOULD YOU PHOTOSHOP THAT."

While we're left with no clear answer to that question, one commenter tried to explain what could have been the reasoning behind the mole disappearance. "The Chinese market really values fair, blemish free skin - it's how they would photoshop any celebrity. It's just a different demographic guys."

Whatever the reason, we can all agree that Gigi Hadid is always killin' it, moles or no moles.

Hadid's rep was not immediately available for comment.

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