Nicole Kidman’s appearance on the cover of Vanity Fair caused heated discussions. Fans “rejected” the actress’s photoshoot due to excessive (and not too successful) use of photo editors. As a result of using Photoshop Nicole’s torso looked unnaturally long and disproportionate. Most commentators agreed that Kidman already looks great and does not need such tricks.
“What’s the point of doing this to Nicole Kidman? She is always stunning, and this is a complete failure—” one of the Internet users was indignant. — She is incredibly stylish and elegant, but you can’t tell that from the photo. She deserves better.” “A sea of Photoshop and a drop of Nicole Kidman in it,” another noted. “Nicole has a great body, but it looks completely different,” a third agreed.
Recall that the actress appeared in the Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair after she was nominated for an Oscar for the role of Lucille Ball in the film “Being Ricardo”. According to Kidman, she has so immersed in the experiences of her heroine that her immune system failed. As a result, after filming, Nicole had to struggle with a psychosomatic disorder. “Our body often doesn’t understand the difference between a game and real life,” she noted.