Teen singer Lorde has slammed photoshopped images of herself on Twitter. The 17-year-old 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 :-)."
And the message didn't go unnoticed by her legions of fans. "@lordemusic love you for this," wrote one, with another saying: "@lordemusic I love everything about you! Flaws and all! You're genuine and nothing is more badass than that!"
@lordemusic thank u for saying this right after my skin breaks out i love u
- robin sparkles (@voicecraic) March 31, 2014
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.
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