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Was Britney Spears digitally airbrushed in her "Work B**ch" video?

Images released by visual studio HOAX films, a company hired to work on visual effects and "cleanup" for "Work B**ch", show that Ms. Spears wasn't as svelte as the final cut portrayed.

Was Britney Spears digitally airbrushed in her "Work B**ch" video?

Was Britney Spears digitally airbrushed in her latest video?
Was Britney Spears digitally airbrushed in her latest video?

Images released by visual studio HOAX films, a company hired to work on visual effects and “cleanup” for “Work B**ch”, show that Ms. Spears wasn’t as svelte as the final cut portrayed.

In several before and after shots, Britney looks significantly skinnier and toned in the torso, waist, legs, and arms.

What’s the big deal? Britney Spears’ body is already the envy of many women as is. Why go the extra step?

 

Do you have a problem with airbrushed celebrities?
Yes, it sends a dangerous message out to young girls.
No, this is show business.

 

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