Concerned representatives of Katy Perry, obviously afraid of inciting more cleavage controversy, have forced the singer to have a digital breast reduction. Nooooooo!
Katy Perry has had her amazing 34D breasts retouched and made smaller in the promotional material for VH1’s Divas Salute the Troops. The "Fireworks" singer posed as a sexy pinup girl but her reps thought her massive amount of cleavage might offend someone.
According to Us Weekly magazine “her team thinks her boobs look too big” and ordered her cleavage and breasts be reduced. Another source confirmed the changes, saying, “It's true. The ads are being redone!” VH1 released the retouched promotional image this week and it’s obvious Perry has been downsized. [See below]
This is not Katy’s first brush with cleavage controversy. In September Sesame Street pulled her duet with Elmo of the air after parent’s complained over her low-cut boobilicious dress.
Divas Salute the Troops airs Dec 5 on VH1.
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