Jennifer Lopez showed off her backside during a shoot with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, but how much of her famous booty is real? Celebrity Photographer and Photoshop expert Alan Barry exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com that the songstress' butt has been heavily altered.
Lopez, 48, and Rodriquez, 42, appeared in the latest issue of Vanity Fair. In one of the photos, the former Yankees player is holding up Lopez's dress to reveal a bedazzled thong.
But, Lopez's butt appears to have been altered, especially her butt crease. "Her butt was heavily photo shopped," Barry told Radar. "That's not her butt. The curves have definitely been altered. A varying degrees of smoothing has been applied."
"The area of where the top of left thigh intersects with what's left of her left butt is ridiculously blurred out," he continued. "The lighting on her right butt cheek has been brushed in to be made brighter to further hide any flaws."
As for their faces, Barry added, "I will pass without comment the heavy editing on both of their faces."
This isn't the first time the mother-of-two has been the subject of Photoshop rumors. In July, Lopez was accused of altering a mirror selfie of her toned stomach. She shot back as haters, "Omg… Just a smudge on the mirror… lol… not photoshop. #lordblessthehaters, #ymrat #youshouldtryit #wishtherewasphotoshopforhaters."
Lopez opened up about the couple's first date in the issue. "He was sitting there in his white shirt, very confident and manly, but then he was just so talkative!" she said. "I think he thought I was going to be this loud person, but I'm not. I just listen. So he's talking, talking about his plans, about how he had just retired from baseball, about how he saw himself getting married again, all these things you wouldn't normally talk about on a first date. I don't know if he thought it was a date… He was nervous, and it was really cute."
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