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Rosamund Pike joined Kelly Clarkson on Wednesday on The Kelly Clarkson Show to discuss her new film I Care A Lot. But the pair discussed more than the new dark comedy. Pike and Clarkson discussed their feelings toward photoshopping and face-tuning.


Pike first said:

"I was on a flight the other day—well, when I last flew which was over a year ago—but I was on a flight with this guy and I took a selfie and he looked over my shoulder when I didn't know and said, 'Oh no, babe, you gotta Face-tune that. I said, 'Sorry, what?' That was my introduction to the world of Face-tuning, which I then realized has often happened—we are body-tuning."

Pike noted that she was no stranger to body-tuning, after noticing she had a "very impressive chest" in the movie poster of Johnny English Reborn, something she clarified she "doesn't have."

But the actress also acknowledged that that was an instance when she "noticed," recognizing there are probably other times when she didn't

Pike said:

"There are probably countless times where our image is doctored, and we don't notice it because I think we're all losing a grip on what we look like."

Clarkson shared that she, too, had dealt with face and body-tuning.

The daytime host said:

"I've had the same thing done to me on album covers and magazine covers and I have no part of it "Like I'm totally fine with what I look like."
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