PHOTO GALLERY: Donald Trump waits to step out onto the portico for his presidential inauguration; Obama waves goodbye as he borders a Marine helicopter during his departure ceremony
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Is Selena Gomez the latest victim of Photoshop failure?! Please restore my faith in social media and say it isn’t so! But unfortunately it looks like it is so. Selena debuted a new haircut last week and gave us all the most hair envy ever. But now it looks like fans are calling out one minor, but still really awkward Photoshop fail in the photo. After close inspection, notice that the wall above Selena’s shoulder is totally warped. Ok, so let’s get to the bottom of this and answer the big question here: just what were they trying to accomplish? Well usually when a photo is obviously Photoshopped, it’s to make a celebrity’s waist smaller, legs thinner, you know. None of which body parts are obviously even in the photo. But you see, the Photoshop done here may be more innocent than we were originally led to believe because it seems whoever did this was trying to give Selena’s hair more volume. Future tip for Selena’s team and everyone else at home…hairspray literally does the same exact thing. What do you guys think! Is Photoshopping hair going too far?? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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