Fans are absolutely roasting the Kardashians for the major 'photoshop fail' in this picture of them
There's been a lot of drama with the Kardashians lately, what with Khloé and Tristan Thompson splitting up. But there's been almost as much drama surrounding the latest season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
The trailer for the 16th series dropped last week, but a lot of viewers ended up feeling pretty suspicious; feeling that the cast's reactions are too over-the-top to be believable.
Many social media users were suspicious about the fact that the cameras appeared to have documented moments which occurred relatively recently, and that a lot of the verbal exchanges sound scripted. This led some fans to wonder if the whole Jordyn Woods/Tristan Thompson tryst is actually a carefully-managed PR stunt.
This week though, a number of eagle-eyed fans of KUWTK have noticed a hilarious apparent photoshop fail in the latest Instagram promo, which has only added fuel to the debate on just how true-to-life the reality show really is.
First of all, as you can see from the image above, the lower half of Khloé's body seems to have either disappeared completely or merged with the couch the girls are sitting on. Meanwhile, it also looks as though Kendall Jenner wasn't actually there, and was simply photoshopped into the image. As if that wasn't bad enough, it appears as though Kourtney's foot has been photoshopped to unintentionally give her six toes.
And did fans notice the photoshop fails? You bet they did. For instance, one Instagram-user with the handle zahrajadeburgin wrote: "Kendal looks like she couldn't make it so they cropped her in," while another person named heckx added: "Lmfao why is Kendal just copy and pasted onto this photo? Looking like a tipped over mannequin."
In a recent interview about the series, Kim stated: "I look back at some of the episodes in the earlier seasons and think, 'I can’t believe I shared that' - dates with random people when we were single, things like that.
"But I also think that going through the motions of something like the aftermath of the robbery, or situations that most people might not understand, there are some people who might really have gone through that. I think about them. I feel like I came out of that a better person. Our approach to the show is to film everything and then scale back later."
She added: "It’s very rare that we take out real content. We’ll say, 'I don’t like the way that I look here. Just tweak that,' or, 'We were talking about that, but this is more impactful.' By the time the episodes air, it’s already been thrown in and out of the press so much that it’s really good to share things, even when you think at the time, 'Oh, I’ll never share that.'"
I guess we'll just have to wait and see how things pan out for Kim and the rest of the family; let's hope that they don't suffer any further mishaps...