PIC: There are some very strange Photoshop issues on the cover of Vanity Fair's Hollywood edition 3 years ago

PIC: There are some very strange Photoshop issues on the cover of Vanity Fair's Hollywood edition

Some had too many, some didn't have enough.

The cover of Vanity Fair's annual Hollywood edition has been making a good few headlines on Friday, beginning when James Franco was digitally removed in light of the recent allegations made against him.

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Once the dust settled there, the cover resumed being the centre of attention when a few eagle eyed online users spotted a slight irregularity.

Can you see it?

Of course you can't. Nobody can, but it's there.

Honing in on Reese Witherspoon - who has been draped around Oprah Winfrey - these users noticed something odd about Witherspoon's legs.

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That's right. Reese Witherspoon has three legs apparently.

The actress was quick to respond to the news, saying, "Well... I guess everybody knows now... I have 3 legs. I hope you can still accept me for who I am."

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Vanity Fair went on to address the matter, by telling people that it was in fact the lining of her dress.

It seems however, that the magazine might be covering up a much darker (and highly plausible) situation, in which The Greatest Showman and Spiderman: Homecoming actress Zendaya had one of her legs stolen by Witherspoon.

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Situated to the Legally Blonde star's right, it became clear that this was no mere coincidence.

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As if that wasn't odd enough, a few more people spotted another anomaly around Witherspoon and Winfrey. Only this time, it involved Oprah herself who apparently has three hands.

What's more, she confirmed it.

Even Vanity Fair were unable to shove this one under the carpet, although they promised to cover up the evidence for the online version.

Yes, truly it would seem this mystery is far from over. Either Oprah has stolen an extra hand, or had it digitally removed from every public appearance she has ever made.

Regardless, this story is far from being over.