Megan Fox's Tattoo Photoshopped Out Of Magazine Cover

Thu, April 12, 2012 12:36pm EST by 2 Comments

While most celebrities are Photoshopped on magazine covers to hide imperfections, Megan was digitally enhanced for a whole different reason. Read below to find out why!

While most people would agree that Megan Fox has a perfect body, even she couldn’t escape couldn’t escape being Photoshopped in the may issue of France’s Grazia magazine. But unlike most publications, Megan didn’t go under the digital knife to cover up cellulite or shrink her waistline; Instead, the editors of Grazia erased her back tattoo!

While one of Megan’s tattoos, a quote from William Shakespeare‘s King Lear, was shown in the picture, her other inking, a Nietzsche quote, was completely wiped out!

The magazine editors clearly didn’t mind her Shakespeare tattoo which reads: “We will all laugh at gilded butterflies,” but took issue with the words by the German philosopher, reading, “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”

However, on the inside pages of the same edition of the magazine, the exact same shot of Megan is shown – with her tattoo along her rib cage still intact.

The Transformers actress is known for her love of skin art and has a total of eight tattoos throughout her body. Last year, Megan revealed that she was undergoing laser surgery to have a portrait of Marilyn Monroe removed from her forearm. “It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar,” Megan said. “I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.”

Do YOU think it was wrong for the magazine to eliminate Megan’s tattoo from the cover?

Jennifer Kamm

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