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Adele’s “new look” on the March cover of Vogue

Published: Apr 23, 2012 by admin Filed under: Artist Biographies Editorial Gossip & Rumors Music Views: 12,345 Tags: Adele
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Photoshop strikes again! Eight-time Grammy winner Adele does not look like her usual, beautiful self on the cover of the latest issue of Vogue magazine. Wearing a revealing black lace top, the singer appears to be slimmed down from her normally voluptuous figure. This image of Adele is not one that we are use to seeing and angry fans have taken to Twitter to make sure their displeasure is known: Tweet: "I hate Adele and her clearly photoshopped cheek bones on the cover of Vogue. Totally contradicting herself." Tweet: "I don't like how Vogue made Adele look skinny in this spread they did on her." Tweet: "It's Vogue, what do you expect? #AdeleCover" Adele has always taken pride in her appearance and on Sunday, she addressed the pressure to be thin to "60 Minutes" journalist Anderson Cooper, saying, "I've never seen magazine covers and music videos and been like, I need to look like that if I want to be a success. Never." She also added, "I don't want to be some skinny minnie… I don't want people confusing what it is I'm about." However, her new Vogue cover has fans confused between what she preaches and what she presents. (Check out the full spread here.) Last year, Adele appeared on the cover of British Vogue's October issue and looked more like the voluptuous woman we love and respect. Why wasn't this the image presented in American Vogue? Unfortunately, this trend is something we have come to expect from major publications. Even if a celebrity is comfortable with their body, they will still be subjected to being edited to the point that they become almost unrecognizable. The same thing happened when Kelly Clarkson was over-edited in 2009 on the cover of Self Magazine.

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