Justin put a stop to all the Photoshop talk, regarding his sexy Calvin Klein campaign pics, by posting a photo of himself wearing only a towel. It’s pretty clear that his muscles are real, and his abs are out of control! See the pic here.
It’s time for everyone to stop saying Justin Bieber‘s Calvin Klein campaign photos were Photoshopped. The “Baby” singer proved his body is in amazing shape by posting a picture of himself in just a towel on Jan. 14! Not only does Justin have big arms and a toned chest, but he basically has eight-pack abs. See for yourself!
Justin Bieber Shirtless In A Towel: Shows Calvin Klein Pics Weren’t Photoshopped
Justin’s body looks incredible in the photo he posted to Instagram. His initial caption said, “Photoshop my a**,” which was a message aimed at his critics. It now says, “Photoshop lol.”
We’re so happy Justin proved his critics wrong. We always knew Justin’s body in the Calvin Klein photos was the real deal.
Justin Bieber’s Detailed Calvin Klein Diet & Workout Plan Revealed
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Justin has had a strict meal plan over the last few years.
“He has put on 20 pounds of muscle and he’s still working on it,” Justin’s trainer, Patrick Nilsson, tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “It’s a work in progress. We want to put on at least 15 more pounds. He’s going to get even bigger — that’s the plan.”
Justin’s diet consists of a lot of green juices.
“Justin has at least one green juice every day,” Patrick says. “He usually starts the day with one, he gets them delivered and he stocks his fridge with them. He hated them at first and the way they taste but he loves them now, he loves how they make him feel. It’s the same way with coffee, it tastes bad at first but then you get addicted to it and you start to love the way it tastes, it’s the same with green juice. Justin has one every morning now.”
It certainly paid off. Justin looks incredible! And he doesn’t need Photoshop because he put in the hard work.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Did you like Justin’s Calvin Klein campaign? Are you happy to see there was no major Photoshopping? Tell us how you feel!
— Chris Rogers