This Week's Photoshop Fail: Diane Keaton's Latest L'Oréal Commercial
The viewing public is up in arms over Keaton's (seemingly doctored) Golden Globes ad
The Oscar winning actress was on hand at the 71st annual Golden Globes award ceremony to accept the Cecile B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement statuette on behalf of her accolade reluctant pal , Woody Allen.
And, while Keaton's speech has been analyzed and critiqued by everyone from Daily Variety to Monday Morning Couch Potato Quarterbacks, it's her ad for L'Oréal Age Perfect Glow Renewal Oil that's gotten the Internet's panties into a bunch.
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At issue, the visual disconnect between Keaton's 68-year-old visage during the live telecast and the way she looks in the commercial that aired immediately thereafter.
"Worst commercial placement ever. Diane Keaton wrinkled on #GoldenGlobes then ageless and wrinkle-free in L'Oréal wrinkle serum commercial," tweeted one Gregg Giannillo, while Ann Bolger commented, "Wow L'Oréal. Great timing. I guess Diane Keaton stopped using your product! #GoldenGlobes"
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While no one's trash talking how great Keaton -- who seems to have eschewed facial freezers and fillers -- looks in "real life", they're none-too-happy with the perceived bait-and-switch practices being perpetrated by the cosmetic company. "L'Oréal shouldn't run their Diane Keaton commercial right after she's been onstage WITHOUT Photoshop #GoldenGlobes," concluded tweeter, LogicalLibby.
Then again, maybe there isn't any monkey business going on with the ad afterall. As Twitter user Darek Tatum rationalized, "'Wait. So Diane Keaton got all those wrinkles between filming the L'Oréal commercial and the Golden Globes? That's unfortunate."
Whether or not you agree with Mr. Tatum, his use of the word "unfortunate" is right on the money.
Missed the Globes? Check out a portion of Keaton's speech as well as the commercial in question, below.
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