23 Times Photo Editors Went Too Far And Got Called Out By Celebrities

Everyone loves a flattering photo filter, but too often celebrities are digitally enhanced beyond recognition.

Luckily, more and more celebrities are being outspoken about photo editing and even opposing it.


Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes


Priyanka Chopra

Here’s another “pit-stopping” image to add to the debate. #WillTheRealArmpitPleaseStandUp #nofilter #armpitdiaries

Twitter: @priyankachopra / Going through Twitter: @priyankachopra

Just like the infamous incident where Kristen Stewart’s arm wandered off from a Glamor magazine cover, Priyanka Chopra’s armpits fell victim to an overzealous photo editor.

For his 2016 Maxim magazine cover, people quickly noticed that his armpit looked altered to within an inch of his life, prompting the Chopra actor to poke fun at the whole incident with an arms-raising photo. and “pit-stop” on his Twitter.

What do you think? Should we stop photo editing to erase “flaws”, or should we all take photos of celebrities with a grain of salt and think of them more as works of art that don’t necessarily represent their subject exactly? Do you think beauty standards would be more realistic if we didn’t always see the smooth-skinned, tiny-waisted versions of our favorite celebrities? Let me know in the comments!

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