On the cover of Vanity Fair's 2018 Hollywood Issue, the actress appears as though she has three legs, while the talk show mogul appears as though she has three hands!
In 2017, the singer called out Evening Standard magazine for Photoshopping part of her architectural braided crown out of their cover photo of her. The outlet issued a public apology.
The Disney darling called out Modeliste magazine for altering her hips and thighs.
The singer used some heavy filters on this Instagram selfie!
Some readers accused Vanity Fair of lightening the Oscar winner's skin color for their November 2013 issue, while others chalked it up to the photographer's flash. Lupita tweeted a link to the photo though, seemingly giving it her seal of approval.
The New Zealand prodigy was "pretty sure" her Fashion magazine spread had been Photoshopped to give her "a new nose," but the glossy denied this, saying things just looked different sometimes due lighting and camera angles. In another instance, Lorde called out an outlet for airbrushing away her acne spots, telling fans, "remember flaws are ok :-)"
The Twilight star's November 2011 cover of Glamour magazine was a bit disarming, because—well—it seems half an appendage was just edited away!
In 2011, the Maroon 5 rocker and then-girlfriend Anne V posed for Vogue Russia. Anne looked great, but Adam lost half his torso somewhere on the cutting room floor.
Back in 2003, the Titanic star was quite upset when GQ took some creative liberties with her body on their cover. "I actually have a Polaroid that the photographer gave me on the day of the shoot… I can tell you they've reduced the size of my legs by about a third," she told the BBC at the time. "For my money it looks pretty good the way it was taken."
The country star's seemingly doctored 2007 Redbook cover caused quite a stir, with one Jezebel writer saying Tim McGraw's wife was "f--king gorgeous and vibrant just the way God—not Photoshop—made her."
Some accused the bootylicious singer of Photoshopping her "thigh gap" in order to make her legs appear slimmer.
Sometime hips do lie. Many called Photoshop over Demi's 2009 W Magazine cover, but the actress herself claimed on Twitter the photo had not been retouched.
"Our faces in this were from 4 years ago.....and we all look ridiculous," the Pretty Little Liars star claimed of this December 2013 show poster. "Way too much photo shop. We all have flaws. No one looks like this. It's not attractive."
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