If you haven't seen the new Justin Bieber for Calvin Klein ads, then you're probably living under a rock, but for the rest of us who can't stop staring at his impressive body, we may have some bad news.
The folks over at Fashionista have pointed out that Bieber's abs may actually be Photoshopped in the print ads.
"That's right: Eagle-eyed fans noticed that the pop star appeared more cut in the ads than he does in real life," reports the style site. "The difference is noticeable when you see the campaign videos alongside the campaign images."
These photos show the 20-year-old Canadian pop star sporting a well-defined six pack, with model Lara Stone pressed up against him.
However the campaign video tells a different story, showing less-defined abs on the "Baby" singer.
Who knows, we may be wrong but take a look at the video below and judge for yourself:
Bieber, however, insists that his body is all natural. "I work out with my trainer, Patrick Nilsson, five days a week for about 45 minutes each," he told Us Weekly about his workout routine. "We do three days splits: back and triceps one day, chest and biceps on day two, shoulder and legs on day three, and abs every other day."
He added: "I'm not [on] a special diet, but I do try to watch what I eat. I do eat unhealthy sometimes — I am a 20-year-old guy!"
What do you think? Were Justin Bieber's abs Photoshopped?
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