Lady Gaga's Shocking Un-Photoshopped Versace Photos

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Lady Gaga is usually very clear about where she stands on issues. The outspoken pop star has gone on mid-concert rants about her beliefs and she's even used award shows to make a statement. When it comes to Photoshopping, however, we're a little confused about which side of the debate she finds herself on--in fact, it sounds like she herself might be a tiny bit torn.

During Glamour's 2013 Women of the Year Awards, Mother Monster slammed her own Glamour cover, saying it was too Photoshopped. "The picture, which I'm very grateful for and very happy to be on this cover, I felt it was too beautiful. I felt my skin looked too perfect, and my hair looked too soft. This is not usually how I dress or how I carry myself," she boldly declared.

"I believe my true mission is to inspire young people to fight back against forces that make them feel like they're not beautiful or important," she continued. "I do not look like this when I wake up in the morning."

Obviously, when we heard that she reportedly asks paparazzi to Photoshop candid pictures of her, we were more than a little confused. Apparently, photogs are asked to smooth out her jaw line, thin her arm and perform both processes on her legs. Really, Gaga?

Now that she's become the new face of the Versace, Gaga posed for a series of super-glam ads for the luxury designer. Naturally, or unnaturally, as the case may be, some un-Photoshopped versions of the same pics have leaked online and the difference is pretty startling.

We're not saying she's not beautiful in both, but for someone who has railed against Photoshop, why would she let such drastic changes be made? Check 'em out and tell us what you think.
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