In April, the 19-year-old appeared on two different magazine covers in one week — but you could hardly tell it was the same person when comparing the photos side-by-side. While the Marie Claire shot kept the reality star looking youthful and natural, the Adweek image was heavily criticized for making the teen look decades older.
The singer was slammed by fans after she appeared to Photoshop her thighs and waist in an Instagram pic. The above left image was posted to social media on July 11, while the onstage shot was taken just nine days before.
The Grammy winner was appalled after seeing the final cut of her music video "Me Too," in which her body had been digitally altered. "I was so embarrassed," the redhead admitted before posting the original version to YouTube.
Followers were quick to point out that a gym selfie posted by the reality star in February appeared to have been altered, noting a suspicious curve towards the bottom of the door. The blonde beauty eventually deleted the shot, only to repost it with the caption, "If only hatin burned calories how dope yall would be. Too bad it doesn't. Here's the OG shot. The petty movement ain't cute. Oh and I almost forgot…. Namaste."
Fans were peeved when Maxim India Photoshopped the actress' armpit to appear smoother on their June/July cover. The Quantico star responded to the controversy by posting an underarm shot of her own, writing, "Heres another 'pit-stopping' picture to add to the debate."
The Scandal star's face looked nearly unrecognizable on an April cover of Adweek, which she addressed in a lengthy Instagram post. "It felt strange to look at a picture of myself that is so different from what I look like when I look in the mirror," she wrote.