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Mariah Carey essentials: diamonds, bubble baths, and Photoshop.
Taking to Instagram, the Hero singer wore nothing but her diamonds and fake eyelashes as she posed for the sultry snaps.
In one pic, Mariah leaned into the camera (she knows her best angles, after all) as she showed off her signature curves (above). She penned:
"Bubbly times selfie 🛀🏼❤️✨😂"
The next pic was equally as seXXy, but we couldn't help but notice her legs looked like actual hot dogs due to what we assume was an unfortunate editing fail:
One black-and-white shot (above, left) featured by the glossy shows the brunette beauty posing as she holds onto fitness rings, donning a black, cutout bodysuit that shows off her legs.
But, back in July, paparazzi snapped shots of the shoot IRL, capturing the moment she posed for this snap (above, right). In fact, these were the very photos that caused the gorgeous gal to go on Instagram to defend her cellulite.
And, while comparing the two photos, it looks as though the glossy retouched their pics to erased the very cellulite Miz Graham previously described as representing "victory and courage."
Take a look at the side-by-side (above).
What's inneresting about this development is the model applauds her body flaws in the mag's interview, saying:
And we thought the biggest controversy over Suicide Squad this week would be the terrible reviews…
In the latest photoshop scandal to swim up and bite Hollywood on the ass, it seems Margot Robbie got a little butt enhancement in the comic book movie trailers!
Or is it dehancement??
No one noticed until the Comic-Con trailer dropped, complete with a LOT more cheek. After several days of careful inspection (ha!), some keen-eyed fans noticed the change.
In the trailers that hit TV in the U.S. and several other countries, Harley Quinn's shorts were noticeably longer. So were the shorts digitally shortened for the San Diego crowd? Or lengthened in the main trailers for more conservative masses??
Well, now that people are seeing the movie, the popular explanation is
The 51-year-old did have a lot of nice things to say about the Friends alum, explaining that he agreed with her about being "fed up" with the recent stomach speculation, the insane amount of paparazzi attention she gets, and even that there were more important things going on in the world than her pregnancy rumors.
However, the journalist felt the actress was being a hypocrite while complaining about young girls being exposed to unattainable beauty standards, when she's been Photoshopped on countless magazine covers, writing:
"Once you put your body up for lucrative personal gain, I'm afraid you have to accept a level of scrutiny and debate that comes with it. Though intimidatory or overly-intrusive paparazzi behaviour is never acceptable. BUT… I do think the least stars like Jennifer Aniston can do in return for the massive financial and career boost these fake covers bring them is to stop pretending it's all everyone else's fault that impressionable young girls struggle with their own beauty and body images as a result of seeing perfect photos of Jennifer Aniston."
In fact, he even exclaimed that Miz Aniston should be taking some of the blame for shaping these young minds, adding:
Leave Kimmy alone!
While Chrissy Teigen, Ciara, Alessandra Ambrosio, Amber Valletta, and the rest of the hot moms were allowed to sway their hips to the music… the Internet simply couldn't believe that Kim's waist was legit.
Luckily, the 35-year-old mother-of-two is a social media goddess, so she went ahead and proved her haters wrong on Snapchat on Monday!
Simply saying "F*ckYoPhotoShop #CorsetLife M.I.L.F.$.", Kimmy Cakes denied the Photoshop rumors with a behind-the-scenes pic of her on set, snapping:
We've noticed armpits tend to be much maligned. Nobody really wants to see them, and when they're exposed, they get airbrushed into oblivion.
Case in point: Priyanka Chopra's pits on the cover of Maxim India. They are smoother than a baby's bottom, and fans took swift notice, immediately calling out the publication for "whitewashing" the actress.
People on Twitter slammed the mag for airbrushing the Quantico star's armpits to the point where they didn't even look real:
She straight up said No!
But we only lost the vid for a day because gurl dropped the full version Tuesday morning — with a special message…
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and see Meghan's photoshopping side-by-side evidence (below)!