Doors just aren't usually so... wavy.
Zendaya called out Modeliste magazine for significantly editing this photo to make her appear even slimmer than she already is. She shared the original photo (on the right) to Instagram, and blasted the publication, saying she was "shocked when I found my 19 year old hips and torso quite manipulated."
Kim has denied Photoshopping her pics a number of times, but we can't explain the disappearance of her right arm in this one.
Months before Caitlyn Jenner made her official transition to womanhood, InTouch released this cover, with Bruce's face superimposed onto Dynasty star Stephanie Beacham’s body.
Beyonce was caught Photoshopping a thigh gap in this pic, with the oddly crooked step seen between her thighs as the giveaway.
Khloe Kardashian came under fire when fans noticed a slight curve in the door jamb next to her thigh in this pic she shared to Instagram.
Kris Jenner and Gordon Ramsay
Kris Jenner shared the remarkably smooth-skinned pic on the left to Instagram, apparently before realizing Gordon Ramsay had also posted the photo to the right. To her credit, it looks like she ironed out some of the chef's expression lines as well as her own.
Rolling Stone significantly enhanced this photo of Katy Perry by amplifying her bust, smoothing her skin and slimming down her legs.
Kim Kardashian (again)
Complex magazine accidentally shared the unretouched pic of Kim Kardashian to its website, then replaced it with the edited version in which she appears slimmer and smoother. Kim addressed the controversy by saying, "So what? I have a little cellulite. What curvy girl doesn't? How many people do you think are Photoshopped? It happens all the time!"
A chunk of Demi Moore's hip went missing in this epic fail at W magazine.
Kate Winslet was pissed that British GQ stretched out her body and made her look skinnier in this edited pic. The mirror behind the star tells the real story.
After giving birth to her first child, OK magazine severely altered photos of Kourtney Kardashian to make her appear like she'd lost all her baby weight. “They doctored and Photoshopped my body to make it look like I have already lost all the weight, which I have not,” she said.
Britney Spears released the unretouched pics of her photo shoot for Candies, in which we can see how much editors whittled her waist and legs.
Kate Upton's chest was oddly minimized and her torso sculpted for her Sports Illustrated cover.
In the poster for King Arthur, Keira Knightly was given bigger boobs, a new complexion and a smaller waist.
Megan Fox was made to appear as though she had no pores in this post-Photoshop shot.