Kelly Clarkson Over Photoshopped
Photoshopped? An elfin faced American Idol Kelly Clarkson on the cover of her single Don't Rush from her soon-to-be-released Greatest Hits - Chapter 1 album
The image shows Kelly's jawline looking noticeably more chiseled and her cheekbones defined.
While it would be unusual to see a handout photo of a star that was not airbrushed, Kelly's appears to have been rather heavy handed.
Its a far cry from her appearance at London's Wembley Arena last week, when she was noticeably rounder faced.
Spot the difference: Kelly in concert last week, and on the front of her new single
The singer previously hit the headlines when she was digitally-slimmed on the cover of Self magazine.
While the editor admitted some digital retouching had been used, she claimed it was to make Kelly 'look her best'.
'Of course we do retouching,' Lucy Danziger wrote in a post on Self.com. 'Did we alter her appearance? Only to make her look her personal best.'