Beyoncé’s Bikini Pictures Weren’t Airbrushed, Say H&M

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  • H&M have been accused of airbrushing their Spring/Summer 2013 images of Beyoncé

    Beyoncé’s gorgeous H&M campaign pictures looked too good to be true when they first landed last month. But despite conflicting rumours about the singer’s famous curves, the high street brand has reportedly confirmed that the pictures weren’t airbrushed. At all. 

    So she really does look that perfect in a tiny two-piece.

    Reports have been circulating that Beyoncé’s High Summer 2013 campaign images were doctored to make her look smaller. It was claimed that the singer was sent pictures from the shoot, but was horrified when she noticed she’d been ‘slimmed down’ with the use of Photoshop. She then insisted that only original images were used for the campaign.

    A source tells The Sun today: “When Beyoncé found out they had edited the way her body really looked, she hit the roof.

    “She’s a true diva and was furious that she had been given such a snubbing. Her people refused to give the pictures the green light so H&M were forced to use the originals.”

    The ads, which have appeared everywhere from bus stops and billboards to tube ads, feature a flawless Beyoncé sunning herself in Hawaii wearing a range of tropical pieces from the brand’s new line.

    Beyoncé has yet to comment, but going on the star’s recent holiday snaps, we wouldn’t be surprised if these were the originals, after all. Over to you, Bey…



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