Britney Spears, magazine apologizes for the cover photo!
And then comes the tweet you do not expect. The magazine Lucky apologized to its readers for the cover photo choice for the last number. The image was one of many depicting a smiling Britney Spears were it not for the blatant digital retouching that have been made.
With a message appeared a few days ago, the magazine has clarified its position on the matter:
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on our cover. As always, we will refer them to our team. We are sorry to have disappointed some of you.
The shot was strongly criticized by the readers of Lucky, thus pushing the magazine in an unprecedented move, namely that of “forgiveness, do not do it anymore.” And in fact, looking at the disaster indicted (after the jump), it is evident how the face of Brit has been mangled.
Tell us if you one in the picture is the pop star that we know more than a decade? The irony of this choice is that it comes at a time of rebirth for the diva. Far is the nervous breakdown in the second half of the last decade, lost the extra pounds accumulated in 2007-2008. Britney Spears has returned to what it was before, both physically and psychologically.
Yet the types of Lucky have trod the hand, taking blows to the virtual smile found the singer. At least they apologized; they are the first to do so. There would hate to see this practice spread in magazines. When too much is too much.
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