Oprah and Reese Witherspoon share hilarious Twitter exchange about photoshop fail

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Oprah and Reese Witherspoon have seen the funny side to the photoshop fail on Vanity Fair’s latest cover. 

These days, nothing gets past people on social media, especially if it involves über famous actresses with extra limbs.

Which is why when Vanity Fair published their annual Hollywood issue – one of the most highly anticipated issues of the year – people were quick to point out not one, but two big photoshop fails.

“I’m trying to figure out how many legs Reese Witherspoon’s got in here, it’s been bothering me for the last five minutes,” one user wrote on Twitter.

Shot by fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz, the issue features some of the most influential and relevant people in Hollywood today: Reese Witherspoon, Oprah, Jessica Chastain, Harrison Ford, Clare Foy, Michael B Jordan, Zendaya, Gal Gadot, Nicole Kidman, journalist Graydon Carter (former editor of Vanity Fair), Robert De Niro and Tom Hanks.

And another user was quick to point out a second photoshop error involving Oprah:

“Oprah has three hands and Reese has three legs, and we are here for accepting them for who they are! 2018 is all about LOVING OUR BODIES!”

And Reese Witherspoon is urging fans to accept her for who she is.

“Well…I guess everybody knows now…I have three legs,” she tweeted on Thursday (25 January).

“I hope you can still accept me for who I am. (And I will never apologise for snuggling Oprah. If you get the opportunity, I highly recommend it).”

And Oprah was quick to tweet in response:

“I accept your third leg. As I know you accept my third hand.”

And Vanity Fair have also seen the funny side to the whole thing. Taking to Twitter, saying:

“While we would have loved the exclusive on Reese Witherspoon’s three legs, unfortunately it’s just the lining of her dress.

“As for Oprah, how can we expect her to juggle it all with just two hands? (We are correcting this error online.)”

Images: Twitter / Rex Features