Fans are accusing Kim Kardashian of a Photoshop fail in new Instagram selfie

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Photo credit: Kim Kardashian, @kimkardashian - Instagram
Photo credit: Kim Kardashian, @kimkardashian - Instagram

Kim Kardashian has been accused of another Photoshop fail by fans, and it's all thanks to a pretty huge detail in her latest Instagram selfie.

This isn't the first time Kim has been called out for some supposed less-than-subtle picture editing. Fans have previously claimed Kim's edits have resulted in her seemingly having four toes, erm, six toes, an extra finger, and well basically any other combination of digits you can imagine.

Now, the SKIMS founder has become the subject of yet more Photoshop speculation. A new set of Instagram selfies show Kim pouting in a front-camera pic, before turning her phone around to take a mirror selfie.

This is where you'll need to Zoom in, as fans are claiming that the top left corner of her phone looks warped, which they reckon is down to an editing glitch. Scroll through to the second pic to see.

Following Kim's post, fans took to Reddit to speculate on the potential Photoshop fail, with one writing, "Her phone case is warped on the top left corner (our left). It’s like pulled up a smidge."

Another added, "Photoshop error (check her phone)," while a third wrote, "Her phone is warped because her face is Photoshopped".

Of course, no one can tell for sure what's really going on in the pic, and any picture imperfections may well be down to angles or a warped mirror.

Still, others clearly *loved* Kim's latest snaps, with sister Khloe Kardashian commenting, "Best peace sign holder in town".

Caitlyn Jenner's friend and manager Sophia Hutchins also commented, writing, "You are glowing from the inside out".

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