The Hollywood issue just lost its most controversial celebrity.
In the aftermath of the sexual harassment allegations plaguing James Franco's career and staining his public reputation, Vanity Fair has decided to remove the controversial star from their latest Hollywood issue. Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey, Gal Gadot, Michael B. Jordan, Zendaya, Tom Hanks, and a slew of other notable Hollywood celebrities are included in the photo shot by Annie Leibovitz, which celebrates the most interesting and noteworthy celebrities of the year.
Franco was also included in the mix, but was digitally removed once his sordid past was brought to light. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, a Vanity Fair spokesperson notes how a decision was made to not "include James Franco on the Hollywood cover once we learned of the misconduct allegations against him."
However, this last minute edit has effected the final image on display, as it appears that Reese Witherspoon now has three legs, while Oprah is given an extra hand. Naturally, people on Twitter caught wind of this Photoshop flub and commented on the status of the two stars' limbs.
Both Oprah and Reese Witherspoon have responded to the mishap over Twitter as well, peep what they had to say about the final image below: