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This magazine's morto Photoshop fail makes it look like Olivia Munn has a giant head

Among other problems.

EARLIER THIS YEAR, Olivia Munn appeared on the cover of WebMD magazine.

She was being interviewed her self-acceptance and her continued success.

But the Photoshop job they did on her was absolutely mortifying

munn Source: Imgur

Poor Olivia’s head is about twice its normal size and her right hand looms over her in a rather disturbing way.

Basically, it looks like her body has been shrunk down to half its normal size. Despite the comic obviousness of the error and the fact that it came out in January, it was only yesterday that it was picked up on and went viral.

A check on the WebMd shows that the magazine cover does look like that and it’s not some internet trickery

munnreal Source: doublesixx

Oh no.

Once it was posted to Reddit, under the title “The latest in “bad Photoshop” and “unrealistic body image” comes to us courtesy of Olivia Munn’s giant head on the cover of WebMD” the image has jumped to over 2 million views in less than 24 hours.

The comments were relentless:

I love the “Weight loss mysteries explained” title next to her. Photoshop. Her weight loss was caused by Photoshop. Mystery solved!

Piss taking of bad Photoshop at its finest:

Is this year’s Human Bobblehead issue out already?

And more problems were picked up on instantly:

she’s also missing one boob

This ranks up there with the worst Photoshop fails of all time


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