While there are plenty of celebrities who are against Photoshop, “Make Me…” singer Britney Spears is not one of them. The star likes the way a computer can erase all her imperfections.
Even though she’s in the best shape of her life, there are still some things that can be retouched. “There’s so much they can do with computers to make people look a certain way,” she told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show Friday, according to Entertainment Tonight Online. “So, when I'm waiting for them to take a picture, I'm like, ‘I might as well eat six pieces of pizza, because they can always just—””
Seacrest finished the sentence for her: “They can just fix it.”
Praising Photoshop isn’t the only shocking thing Spears has done recently. The pop star surprised fans when she said “Glory,” her first album in three years, would drop at the end of August. She purposely waited so long because she wanted everything to be perfect.
“It took a lot of time but I think we brought it to a level where I was really, really happy with what I had,” the singer said. “It's cool, it's really different. I think this is probably the most hip-hop album. Not most -- there are like two or three songs that go in the direction of more urban that I've wanted to do for a long time now, and I just haven't really done that...It's a really good record, and I'm very, very proud of it.”
While Spears might be proud of it, there’s one thing some people already don’t like about it: The cover. While Spears looks gorgeous as always, some fans didn’t like that she wasn’t displayed in all her “glory.” The singer appears to be slightly blurred.
A Change.org petition was even created. “We Britney fans find that the cover art is not a suitable representation of the music that Britney is putting out and we are calling for it to be changed,” the petition reads. It currently has more than 1,000 signatures.
You can’t make everyone happy.
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