'How was this approved?': Fans drag Khloé Kardashian for latest 'Photoshop fail' in Good American ad

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Khloé Kardashian's brand Good American is being trolled for their latest advertisement. (Image via Getty Images/Instagram/GoodAmerican).
Khloé Kardashian's brand Good American is being trolled for their latest advertisement. (Image via Getty Images/Instagram/GoodAmerican).

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" clan is no stranger to being called out for over-editing their photos. In their latest social media debacle, the sister in question this time is Good American co-founder, Khloé Kardashian.

The 36-year-old is being criticized by fans for her latest Good American advertisement on social media, as it looks unabashedly altered.

Whether it was Kardashian who edited and shared the photo herself or not, the "Photoshop fail" was by every definition, low-hanging fruit for trolls — evidently far too extreme not to call her out on.

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For starters, fans sounded off about the size of Kardashian's feet and the shape of her fingers, while pointing out that the attempted creative angle of the photo was laughable.

"I'm not sure who edited this image and I understand the angle they wanted to try, but sweetie this isn't it. All love and learning though," one person commented.

"Why are her feet so long," wrote another. "Those fingers got me all freaked out!"

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Another follower chimed in, noting that this isn't the first time we've seen this type of editing from the Kardashians via their respective clothing brands.

"Stop this," someone said."The pictures are too elongated. It started with the latest Skims ad."

"The audacity of this photoshop," another wrote. "What the hell is this?"

Others chimed in, admitting that while they are still a fan of Good American products, they don't condone the ad and urge Kardashian to opt for more realistic social media content.

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"I love the brand and the fit of their jeans [but] I strongly dislike this ad. It's unrealistic and it just make girls think they need to do this crud to their own photos. Be real. Be you. Be authentic. We like you for you, Khloé, not for the Photoshopped version," one person wrote, while another questioned how the photo even made it to Instagram without someone flagging it first.

"How was this approved?! What photographer/editor would want to take credit for this?"

While this is merely a drop in the bucket compared to the number of times she has been accused of altering her photos, Kardashian insists the look was intentional. 

"I’m cracking up!" Kardashian tweeted. "For a few of those [Good American] photos, we shot on a camera lens that creates a stretching effect. The closer the object is to camera they will get elongated. So in some of my photos my feet and fingers look incredibly long. Not to worry! I still have normal size hands/fingers."

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