Beyoncé Hated This Picture
So this is what she did
Now, we're talking about them again because, according to The Sun, the photos aren't retouched. As in no Photoshop slimming, wrinkle-erasing, or fake-ab drawing. In an industry where every image that hits a magazine page or website is doctored in some way, leave it to Bey to buck the status quo.
And the story doesn't end there: Allegedly, the retailer retouched the first batch of photos and Queen B wasn't very happy about it. "When Beyoncé found out they had edited the way her body really looked, she hit the roof," an insider said. And only the unretouched pics were used in the final ads.
What do you think? Would you be psyched to see more celebs follow Beyoncé's "Don't Photoshop me!" lead?
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