Khloe Kardashian Swears Her Latest Denim Campaign Isn’t A Photoshop Fail

February 24, 2021 / Posted by:

Khloe Kardashian recently promoted her clothing line Good American, and some of the shots have got people talking about the way Khloe looks. Usually, that would be because Khloe has debuted a new face, but this time people are talking about her face, head, body, hands, feet – pretty much every body part that was captured on camera. Because none of them look like Khloe’s, and many think it was the result of bad Photoshopping. Khloe heard everyone’s concerns, and she would like us all to know that the shots are just the result of some creative perspective distortion.

Good America’s slogan is “Representing Body Acceptance.” Ironic, considering it’s asking a lot of us to accept that Khloe’s body in the pics looks like a New Mexico gift shop stretchy alien keychain. Here are some of the shots that had people wondering when Khloe moved from Calabasas to the neighborhood in Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” music video.

The Kardashian family is no stranger to throwing a picture or two through the Funhouse Mirror Hottie Filter. But this was a new level of egregious. Khloe’s claws and feet were stretched thinner and longer than a Spirit Halloween plastic skeleton, but as Khloe explains on Twitter, they shot the shots using a lens that creates a stretching effect, so this was all for the aesthetic, and not Khloe’s never-ending quest to look like anything but Khloe.

So essentially, someone thought it would be cute to play around with an artsy lens to make Khloe look like Attack of the 50 Foot Reality Star. It was kind of her to take some time out of her busy engagement-baiting schedule to clear things up. But Kris Jenner probably misread her message. She probably thought Khloe was dropping hints about what she wanted for her birthday. “Well, you haven’t gotten finger-stretching surgery YET. Wink wink!


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