From Chloe Sims' Facetuned snap to Maura Higgins' wonky abs, here are some of the biggest celeb Photoshop fails | The Sun

IT'S no secret that celebrities are willing to go that extra mile to ensure their Instagram snaps look 10/10, especially considering their massive following.

But sometimes, even despite their best efforts, things do not always go to plan and there's a little technical glitch – whether that's a missing arm or an unnaturally curvy booty.

Here, Fabulous take a look at some of the biggest Facetune and Photoshop disasters in the showbiz industry…

Kris Jenner

She may be the world' most famous "momager" but even the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kris Jenner, is prone to the odd Facetune fail.

In 2014, the 68-year-old influencer uploaded a snap where she was posing with celeb chef Gordon Ramsay, 57, on Instagram.

The cooking whizz, who recently welcomed his sixth child with wife Tana Ramsay, also shared the same on his feed – but there was a slight difference.

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Whilst the chef had left the image as-is, Kris had gone in pretty heavy with some serious editing – and fans were left in hysterics by the stark contrast.

One even went as far as saying the celeb foodie didn't look real, wondering: ''Is it just me or is she visiting him at the wax museum?" 

Chloe Sims

Towie star Chloe, 42, is a natural beauty – which is why fans were baffled when she posted a "Facetuned" photo earlier this month, posing next to Rita Ora.

The reality star, from Essex, was called out for overdoing it with the app, as followers pointed out it didn't look anything like her in person.

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The post, which has since had commenting turned off, sees the stunner gleaming with bright veneers, a tanned complexion and red carpet-ready curls.

However, whilst some were surprised to the see duo hang out on a night-out in California, others were more shocked at Chloe's unrecognisable face.

''Wow how photoshopped is this pic,'' an Instagram user wrote.

Someone else added: "Facetuned for the Gods. But still beautiful.''


The 65-year-old is one of the greatest-ever stars in the music industry – but when it comes to editing photos, things haven't always gone so smoothly (pun intended).

Since returning to social media, Madonna has shared quite a few selfies where her skin appears suspiciously young, with fans even comparing the youthful glow to that of a teenager.

In one such Insta post, the Princess of Pop was hugging a humongous bouquet of pink roses, with her signature blonde hair in a plait.

Stunned at the makeover, music fans raced to comments in total confusion, as one asked: ''Who made your face?''

''How many filters dies one need yo make them look as though they are 12 years old,'' someone else chimed in.

''Who is this?!!! Sure he’ll isn’t Madonna! This girl looks like she’s 18!'' another penned.

Amanda Holden

Media star Amanda Holden, 52, has the body of a goddess and she certainly made heads turn after dressing up as a sexy reindeer with Ashley Roberts for the Heart Christmas show this month.

However, despite being enviably toned, the mum-of-two has also given herself Photoshopped tweaks in the past.

One such snap, taken by the beach, sees Amanda staring at the open water with her back facing the camera – but eagle-eyed BGT fans also spotted there was something off about the sexy image.

After the famous talent judge posted the image online, followers were quick to notice that there was a strange bend between the ocean and the skyline.

''Since when did the oceans horizon have curves? Photo shop fail,'' one social media user.

A second chuckled: “Why is the horizon got a big hump in it? What happened? Did the see rise for her?''

Maura Higgins

Former Love Island contestant Maura Higgins, 32, regularly treats her 3.8million followers to jaw-dropping and perfect photos on Instagram.

But a few years ago, the Irish beauty was called out for editing her teeny waist in a post where she was showing off her incredibly toned abs.

After spotting that one side of her rock-hard abs appeared particularly bumpy, one person asked: "Is that a bad photoshop job on the waist? Stunning girl with an amazing body, no need to edit if it is."

"I love this so much, but that waistband is fishy. I'm sure she's fit even without whatever edit she used there,'' another commented on the post, which had been taken by pal and mum-of-one Molly-Mae Hague.

Someone else also pointed out to the unrealistic beauty standards, urging the reality TV star to be more careful with the message she's sending.

"You're gorgeous, please don't edit your waist like that! Girls aspire to be you and that's just unobtainable!"

Gemma Collins

Former Towie superstar Gemma Collins, 42, is looking better than ever, as the British celeb revealed she's lost half a stone in just a week.

However, despite shedding the pounds, the GC has also been accused of virtually tweaking some of her Insta posts in order to make her figure appear slimmer.

The 42-year-old, who regularly hits the gym, was striking a flirty pose sporting a leopard print set, which fit her curves perfectly.

But much like with Amanda's cheeky snap, fans of the Essex-based celeb soon raced to comments to question why the wall in the background appeared oddly wonky.

 "I applaud you on your weight loss but photoshopping not only deceives others but ultimately yourself,'' said one person.

"Skirting board is wonky behind legs and shadow doesn’t look right, am I the only one seeing this?" another wondered.

A third chimed in alongside a laughing emoji: "Still airbrushing your pictures?"

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