Kim Kardashian is regularly dubbed 'body goals' by her loyal followers.
And on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, we once watched her blush as a plastic surgeon told her she's the most popular celebrity that clients ask to look like. But the mum-of-three has been known to tamper with her pictures on occasion, giving herself a bit of a virtual 'nip and tuck'.
Just yesterday, she was mercilessly-mocked after crushing a car in a glaring Photoshop fail. The year-old babe posted a snap of Worst kim kardashian online saying she was ready to join the March For Our Lives protests taking place across America to protest gun laws.
People were quick to notice that the car behind her had been crushed to half its original size and the kerb beside her is warped as well. When compared to the original image filed by photographers, it looks like Kim has pinched her sides in a tiny amount, resulting in the hilarious imagery fails around her.
Kim is loved-up with hubby Kanye West, and although he's shied away from social media recently, there was a time when we were constantly updated with sexy selfies. But this black and white snap from Kim was altered to smooth out Worst kim kardashian chin and the back of her head.
It was taken Worst kim kardashian they rocked up to her sister Kendall's 20th birthday party and went straight to the photo booth for some snaps. But what was uploaded to her social media accounts prompted a flurry of comments from her followers as they pointed out her smoothed jawline and lack of flyaway hairs.
And this bootylicious picture seems to have been altered to give the girls even bigger bums, judging by the warped door frame. Kim was also accused of Photoshopping a picture of herself and best pal Jonathan Cheban when her arm Worst kim kardashian disappeared. However, we can probably let her off with this one as it's most likely just hidden behind Jonathan.
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