Magazine editors have hit back at allegations they airbrushed KIRSTEN DUNST’s “fangs” out of her front-page photoshoot for the October (08) issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
The actress showed off a straighter row of top teeth on the cover of the glossy magazine, prompting speculation photo editors digitally removed her trademark pointy canines.
James Wood, the director of photography at the San Francisco’s Academy of Art University, tells Us Weekly magazine, “The teeth are definitely retouched. If they didn’t want her to have fangs, that’s very easy to do.”
But a spokesperson for Harper’s Bazaar dismisses the suggestion as “nonsense”, insisting Dunst has a “beautiful smile”.
Furthermore, the actress’ representative tells Us, “She doesn’t mind her teeth’s imperfections.”