Christina Aguilera tweeted a recent photo of herself in a preview for the cover of her newest single "Your Body," which left some questioning whether the body on the cover was really hers.
Is it "Your Body" or is it Photoshop? some questioned when the picture of Christina Aguilera's new single cover was released. The star posted the photo of herself on Twitter.
"Can't wait for you all to hear it. Friday it comes out. Here's the single. #YourBody" the 31-year-old singer tweeted.
The photo depicts Aguilera wearing a wrap dress that clings to her sides- a seemingly unforgiving dress if she was carrying even the slightest extra pound. Some fans aren't surprised though, after rumors surfaced in March that the singer had lost weight and was getting back into shape.
Aguilera has had her fair share of enemies since her debut on "The Voice" and many have been critical of her weight.
"Christina Aguilera, we mentioned that she was fat. I think the joke was, 'Cows tip her,'" Joan Rivers said on the Jimmy Fallon show, recalling a public joke that she had made about the star.
Others, including Kelly Osbourne and Howard Stern, have also ridiculed the star for being fat, many commenting that she did not dress well to suit her body. So it is no surprise that the singer was eager to lose weight and even more eager to debut her new, fit body on her album cover. But some have questioned whether the singer actually dropped the weight or simply had her photo digitally altered.
"Photoshop looks really good on her," Theresa Weaver commented on the Huffington Post blog.
"My first thought as we know she has put on a bit of weight," Classic Chic responded. "You can always count on the entertainment industry to perpetuate fake in order to get our money. They probably laugh at us all the way to the bank."
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