The Kardashian sisters are touted as "style icons with killer curves" in The Sunday Mirror's latest issue of Notebook, but those "killer curves" seem to have been digitally erased on the magazine's cover.
Sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are dressed in their Kardashian Kollection apparel, but their suspiciously altered appearance had fans crying Photoshop fail after their mother, Kris Jenner, posted the magazine cover to her Instagram account.
As the U.K's Daily Star puts it, the trio appears to have been "hacked, chopped, and re-sculpted," with Khloe suffering as "primary victim of the overzealous retoucher," having been given an elongated neck and "unnaturally long legs."
Fans who know the girls are all about their curves stood up for the sisters, with one fan succinctly tweeting:
WHY DO YOU FEEL THE NEED TO PHOTOSHOP KHLOE KARDASHIAN?! It's like the world is afraid of curves. #booty
— Andrea (@andreaentz) February 11, 2014
Of course, the Kardashians are no stranger to Photoshop controversies. Just last month, Kim denied accusations that she had Photoshopped her sexy butt selfie, tweeting: "It sucks when people make up surgery or photoshop lies when I am so disciplined & work so hard!"
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