Oprah and Reese Witherspoon Have Too Many Limbs on New Cover

Oprah and Reese Witherspoon Have Too Many Limbs on New Cover

While some poor designer diligently removed every pixel of James Franco from the "Hollywood profile" cover, they've likely still incurred Condé Nast's wrath for giving queens Oprah and Reese Witherspoon extra body parts.

It's one of the most embarrassing photoshop snafus in recent memory, Oprah received three hands in total for the issue, with Reese Witherspoon touting an extra leg. It took almost no time at all for the mistakes to be called out online — even by Oprah and Witherspoon themselves — withVanity Fair scrambling to play the whole thing off like no big deal.

Here's Reese, ever the gracious angel.

And Oprah, who is using abbreviations none of us have ever seen and yet we are grateful.

Vanity Fair then came in like a flash, their social media manager desperately trying to pick up the pieces — woah, nice save!

Haha! All is well!

Still, hats off to the publication for doing the lord's work and cutting James Franco out of the Annie Leibovitz-shot picture, because, boy, that needed to happen.

Image courtesy of Vanity Fair


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