Tina Fey's scar Photoshopped off new Vogue cover
While some of you may actually buy Vogue to read the interviews, the big story on the cover of March's issue is a big ol' pic of Tina Fey, sans her trademark scar on her chin. You mean magazine editors use Photoshop? Horrors!
Fey doesn't talk about the scar in the interview, but she told Vanity Fair two years about that a stranger cut her face while she was standing outside her home when she was only 5 years old. She does offer a couple of insightful bits, however, including the evils of fashion mags like Vogue.
"People will say, 'Oh, fashion magazines are so bad, they're giving girls a negative message' -- but we're also the fattest country in the world, so it's not like we're all looking at fashion magazines and not eating," she says. "Maybe it just starts a shame cycle: I'm never going to look like that model, so... Chicken McNuggets it is!"
She also chalks up her popularity to her ability to eschew all that nonsense: "I feel like I represent normalcy in some way. What are your choices today in entertainment? People either represent youth, power, or sexuality. And then there's me, carrying normalcy. Me and Rachel Ray."