Celeb Mag Sorry for Completely Fabricated Cover of Posh Spice

Are you shocked to find out that OK rmagazines Feb. 10 cover image was a fake? The cover featured Victoria Beckham and singer Cheryl Cole, who I take it were maybe having a feud, standing next to each other The magazine admits that the cover was made from separate photos, and that the two celebs were never really standing together.

Are you shocked to find out that OK rmagazine's Feb. 10 cover image was a fake? The cover featured Victoria Beckham and singer Cheryl Cole, who I take it were maybe having a feud, standing next to each other The magazine admits that the cover was made from separate photos, and that the two celebs were never really standing together. I could have told you that just from looking at the crappy digital stitching job. 
    A more serious misjudgment, to my thinking, is that the magazine also changed the color of Beckham's dress, from red to black.
   Zillions of women look to see what Beckham, a fashion icon, is wearing. It's her one real claim to cultural legitimacy. Changing the color of her dress is like changing the words of one of Barack Obama's speeches.--David Schonauer

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