0

Lorde Hits Back At Fan Photoshopped Picture: ‘Flaws Are OK’

She’s already one of our fave female artists.

But Lorde just shot to the top of our ‘super hero celebs’ list after naming and shaming photoshopped pictures of herself.

The 17-year-old, who suffers from acne, was shocked to discover altered snaps of herself online, which appeared to show her skin looking suspiciously smooth.

Sharing the snap on Twitter alongside a ‘natural’ picture from the same day, Lorde told her followers that it’s OK to have flaws.

She added: “I find this curious – two photos from today, one edited so my skin is perfect and one real. remember flaws are ok :-) [sic]“

Lorde recently hit out at Taylor Swift for being “too perfect”, apparently admitting that she’ll never be one of “those” artists.

She said: “Taylor Swift is so flawless, and so unattainable, and I don’t think it’s breeding anything good in young girls.

“‘I’m never going to be like Taylor Swift, why can’t I be as pretty as Lorde?’ That’s f**king bulls–t.”

She later took to Tumblr to explain her comments, insisting that she and Taylor are BFFs and that she was actually referring to the “importance placed on physical perfection”.

She added: “I think I c*cked that up a bit and what I said wasn’t put in context also. What I meant was: there’s a lot of importance placed on physical perfection in this industry, and I wish my favourite stars didn’t look perfect because I think fans (me included) have these feelings of worthlessness, like they’ll never be as pretty/talented/whatever, as a result of this intense photoshop culture and the endless strive for perfection.

“TS was the first person I thought of, which I regret. She happens to be good looking, but I think she actually uses her other imperfections in an incredibly powerful and relatable way. Taylor swift has a very unique vision, which I admire.”

[ Yahoo movies: The WORST Photoshop Movie Poster Fails ]
[ Model Loses Arm In Victoria's Secret Photoshop FAIL ]

Josh Feldman

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *