It's Lorde v photoshop round two. The New Zealand-born singer has taken to Twitter to call out another retouched picture of herself in a magazine.
"Apart from the fact that I'm pretty sure this magazine gave me a new nose (:|), I really like this photo," the 17-year-old wrote on the social networking site alongside an image of her taken from a recent magazine shoot.
apart from the fact that i'm pretty sure this magazine gave me a new nose (:|), i really like this photo pic.twitter.com/Ehk9QMYPjf
- Lorde (@lordemusic) April 16, 2014
Her fans were clearly pleased with the songstress for naming and shaming the snap with one writing: "@lordemusic you are perfect the way you are."
@lordemusic ugh nobody should edit anything of yours. you're perfffffffff
- queen p (@kidzB0p) April 16, 2014
This isn't the first (and we doubt it will be the last) time Lorde has slammed digitally altered pictures of herself. Earlier this month the teen shared two pictures of from the same concert, one which showed her with perfect skin and the other with a few visible spots.
"I find this curious," she wrote. "Two photos from today, one edited so my skin is perfect and one real. Remember flaws are OK :-)."
Lorde isn't the only young celebrity using her fame to call out image re-touching. Harry Potter star Emma Watson recently labelled "airbrushing and digital manipulation" as "dangerously unhealthy" in an interview with The Sunday Times.
When photoshop goes wrong, very wrong.
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