The unveiling of Kim Kardashian's post-baby bikini body on Us Weekly's most recent cover would normally be a major event for the selfie-loving celebutante. But it doesn't sound like the reality star isn celebrating.
While the cover's claims that Kim "slams the fat bullies and gets her sweet revenge" may be true, one major detail of the story isn't: that Kim had anything to do with the story, or the cover.
Fox News reports that, not only are the photos used on Us Weekly's cover actually paparazzi photos taken from a trip to Miami in November, but they've been digitally altered to drastically whittle the star's waistline.
Kim's rep confirms the reports, telling Fox, "We didn't do an Us Weekly cover. I haven't seen it yet. I'm told they have used paparazzi shots.”
While two experts claim the photo has been digitally altered to make the star appear slimmer, the consensus remains that, at the very least, the photo uses all of Kim's original parts.
"I don't think that is someone else's body with her head on it, but it does look heavily retouched," says one photo editor.
While the body on the cover may not be Kim's, her other, un-retouched photos prove that her dedication to her diet and fitness routine have been paying off. In fact, to be frank, these doctored pics don't do her justice!
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Source: Fox News