Nicole Kidman’s glamorous Vanity Fair photo is ravaged by fans for ‘terrible Photoshop work’

Nicole Kidman fans have accused Vanity Fair of digitally altering the stunning star’s looks in their latest issue. The actress alongside Idris Elba, Penelopé Cruz and Andrew Garfield on the cover of the publication’s annual Hollywood issue

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Nicole Kidman speaking at the InStyle Awards 2021

Nicole Kidman ‘s latest photo session Vanity Fair sure there was internet talking.

The 54-year-old actress flaunted her toned body in the annual Hollywood issue, a special edition released to honor famous faces who have been recognized for pushing boundaries in Tinseltown.

Nicole joins fellow stars Idris ElbaPenelope Cruz, Kristen StewartBenedict Cumberbatch, Simu Liu, Andrew Garfield and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez on the cover collection for the monthly magazine’s latest issue.

For her solo shot, the Moulin Rouge actress looked stunning in a skimpy Miu Miu two-piece – showing off her enviable figure as she posed by some yellow gates and a Hollywood sign in the background. popular.

While the mother-of-four certainly looks good in the pictures, some have accused Vanity Fair of using photoshop on the star’s photo.

Nicole Kidman on the cover of Vanity Fair’s 28th annual Hollywood magazine

Fans took to Twitter to discuss their thoughts on the star’s cover shoot


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Suspecting Nicole’s image was digitally modified, a fan reached out Twitter to ask: “Nicole has a great body, and that’s not her body. Her figure doesn’t match at all. Why do they have to Photoshop?”

“The way they take pictures of her body really gets the feeling activated,” another tweeted, with a third adding: “Why Vanity Fair decided to ruin Nicole Kidman and Penelope Cruz with everything these photoshop things?”

Chris Spargo mused: “What part of Nicole Kidman’s already incredible body are we going to photoshop this year to show our respect for her as an actress?”

Stars with Kristen Stewart, Idris Elba, Benedict Cumberbatch, Penélope Cruz, Andrew Garfield, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez and Simu Liu

Others questioned Nicole’s style and outfit choices for the shoot.

“We on Twitter need to stop what we’re doing, come together, and kill whoever has styled Nicole Kidman like this,” a tweet read on Thursday, with another fan adding: “Who approved this cover should be ashamed. Go to jail.”

Some fans have actually endorsed the divisive cover, with a few spotting what could be a nod to one of the star’s past acting roles.

Nicole was one of eight cover stars for Vanity Fair’s annual Hollywood magazine

One supporter wrote on Twitter: “Nicole Kidman looks great.

Another agreed, adding: “You guys let nicole kidman’s step-wives fail and now look at her frivolous fair shot… she really was ahead of her time. .”

In the accompanying interview for the controversial cover, Nicole revealed she has been battling an illness after immersing herself in one of her critically acclaimed roles.

The star was nominated for this year’s Academy Award for Best Actress, for her critically acclaimed performance as Lucille Ball in Being The Riccardos.

Nicole poses with the Academy Award for Best Actress in The Hours in 2002

The actress may receive another honor from The Academy later this year


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Talking to Vanity Fair on how she got into the character, the Oscar nominee revealed how she fell ill after the series ended, by tricking her immune system into thinking her character’s suffering she is real.

“The body parts don’t know, a lot of the time, what the difference is between a role and real life,” explains Nicole.

“I’ve started to understand a little more about taking care of myself.”

* The Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue available via digital download and in newsstands on Friday, February 25.

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