Kelly Brook Wants to Regulate Airbrushing

The Superficial / August 5, 2010

Kelly Brook spoke out against airbrushing yesterday while unveiling her new Reebok billboard – that was airbrushed. I’m going to allow it because her breasts are awesome and my ways are mysterious. BBC Newsbeat reports:

Brook was speaking at the launch of her new poster campaign in London.
She said: “If people are being slimmed down in photographs then I think that should definitely be pointed out because you don’t want to portray something that is unrealistic and unachievable to young teenage girls.”
She admitted the picture in her new billboard advert was “probably” airbrushed.

While we’re talking about protecting young girls/conveniently ducking Kelly Brook’s hypocrisy (Call me.), someone should cart Snooki around to schools and make her describe her daily routine. BOOM! Binge drinking cured. Seriously, those girls won’t be able to run home fast enough to tell their moms they never want to drink alcohol. “I swear to God, Mom, at the end somebody just walked in and punted her out the door like a beach ball. A pickle-scented beach ball. That wouldn’t stop eating whipped cream, hold me.”

Thanks to Emelie. You’re one of the good gingers.

Photos: INFdaily