Actress Amber Heard graces the cover of the December issue of Women's Health in a red tank top and jeans, looking stunning.
Well, Amber looks stunning, but the Photoshop job it seems the magazine gave her? Not so cute. If someone had a valid reason for carving out half of the actress' body, we don't know what it is.
There's also something wonky going on with the waist area and right thigh of her jeans, we suspect.
Jezebel notes the irony that the mag placed Amber's "strangely whittled" waist next to a headline about "sexy curves." But actually, the way the mag airbrushed Heard's abdomen, it does make her boobs look bigger. Um, touche?
Heard, who was recently spotted shopping for lingerie (to show off her no-doubt terrific figure?), is currently globe-hopping to promote her movie "The Rum Diary" alongside fashionable co-star Johnny Depp.
Take a look at the cover in all its Photoshopped glory below, and watch the behind-the-scenes video, featuring a lovely, real looking Amber.
UPDATE: Although to the naked eye, Heard's body looks quite altered, the mag tells us that no Photoshop was involved. "We did not photoshop the image to make her look thinner. These are her real proportions. We choose cover stars who are fit and healthy. Amber exemplifies that," stated Michele Promaulayko, vice president and editor-in-chief of Women's Health.
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