Miranda Kerr apologizes for Photoshop controversy

Miranda Kerr (centre) posted this image to her Instagram account and described it as the unedited...

Miranda Kerr (centre) posted this image to her Instagram account and described it as the unedited version. In the Photoshopped photo, Kerr appeared to have a slimmer waist. (mirandakerr/Instagram.com)

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Did she or didn't she?

 

Supermodel Miranda Kerr has apologized to fans who accused the star of releasing edited images of her appearance at Victoria’s Secret 2012 runway show.

The Australian model posted a backstage photo of herself with Victoria’s Secret Angels Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio on her Instagram page on Nov. 13, the night the lingerie label filmed their annual show in New York. Kerr - who is no longer an Angel - wished the ladies good luck with this year’s performance.

The well wishes were clouded with criticism, however, after detail-oriented followers pointed out that Kerr’s waist appeared to have been digitally slimmed down, while Kroes’ and Ambrosio’s bodies appeared untouched.

Bloggers and fans scrutinized more of the model’s photos, accusing her of posting several pictures of herself with an artificially altered waist.

Kerr, who was in Japan on a promotional tour with designer Michael Kors when the controversy started, took to Twitter to apologize for the confusion, saying she grabbed the photo online and “had no idea it was Photoshopped”.

The photo has since been deleted from her Instagram page.

The ‘Photoshopped’ photo appears to have since been deleted from her Instagram page.

- With files from WENN.com

The 'apology' and original photo:

Can it get any smaller than this?

Photoshop, or not, Kerr is gorgeous.

 


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