8 posts categorized "DEMI MOORE"
PSY abjectly apologizes for anti-USA lyrics.
Bob Hope's pre-auction garage sale!
Ann Coulter: Hispanics an underclass.
(Nude) statue of David meets Scruff.
Kathie Lee's Scandalous to heaven.
Boy Culture's new Facebook page.
Britney Spears flaps her gum.
One Million Moms give up on Ellen.
Lindsay Lohan a Wanted woman.
NZ electric company zaps homophobes.
Demi Moore's boytoy = young, not hot.
Kim Kardashian's pussy dies young.
Another new Glee guy.
Chunky but HUNKY.
Jared Leto is such a heel.
Unlike wine, Asian cheesecake doesn't get better with age:
Now if we can just get Demi to don her W Magazine duds for a side-by-side, Hipgate might be solved. As you can see from the above side-by-side, girlfriend looks pretty hot sans retouching (albeit with the kind of A+ retouching that certain doctors go to school to learn how to do). It's not that I expect images to never be retouched, but how about laying off a bit? When you're starting with near perfection and you make these kinds of drastic changes, you overshoot perfection and land in mortuary or statuary or depth-free medieval painting.
W's Korean edition subtly but noticeably fixes Demi's missing hip, the one she and her people and the magazine and the photographers claim was never retouched (incorrectly or correctly) in the first place.
Photographer Anthony Citrano identifies himself as the one who started the whole Demi Moore retouching (mini-)scandal, and writes me to say he has upped the ante—he's offering $5,000 to charity if Moore can prove that the image she claims is the original really is the original:
This is a bet she would lose, though I'm not at all sure the shooter will comply in a way that really is provable. What would there be to gain? Pissing off stars tends to have repercussions.
I wish the photographer who shot her would release the real original, not the fake one that maybe Moore believes to be the original. (Has she fooled herself into thinking retouched images are real after all these years?)
"While I really feel bad that Demi is on the defense over this, I also don't like being accused of 'bullshit'. So, let's find out who's bullshitting. This isn't about her and it isn't about retouching (I've no problem with either). It's about a blooper, basically. The cover is a blooper; it goes on the art department's wall of shame. So what? We all make mistakes. That's got *nothing* to do with Demi. She's a beautiful woman with or without retouching. And where the hell is W Magazine on this? Why are they forcing Demi to address it? It's not fair to her."
So let's have the original and let the bullshit fall where it may.
Demi Moore claims her missing hip was not badly PhotoShopped, Tweeting the "original" picture as proof:
Bitch, please. First of all, you look AMAZING even with the brightest, most unflattering lights of the red carpet hitting you—kudos! Good genes, surgery and PhotoShopping mean you're bound to look great on magazine covers, too. But don't tell me that was the original image! Just because there were a few minor lines in your arms on it, don't tell me your face was completely unretouched from the original to the final version! Ridiculous.