We've witnessed some *pretty* bad Photoshop fails on the internet before — and yet somehow, brands still aren't learning.

Just witness the latest airbrushing mishap: Beloved comedian and actress Melissa McCarthy is the cover star of Glamour's rebranded magazine, which should be something to get excited about. Instead, unfortunately, fans are just wondering why they can hardly recognize her famous face.

Melissa McCarthy appears on Glamour's latest issue, the first since the magazine's rebrand.

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photo: Glamour

The issue focuses solely on money. McCarthy used the opportunity to discuss her success and fighting for the right paycheck.

The actress' cover is very well-deserved, but fans were quick to point out how different her face looks.

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photo: Splash

Her laugh lines and natural glow were clearly edited on the cover.

McCarthy's army began sharing their thoughts on the cover: mostly that she's gorgeous as always but unrecognizable. 

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photo: Twitter/glamourmag
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photo: Twitter/glamourmag
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photo: Twitter/glamourmag

They want to see her in all her natural beauty.

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photo: Instagram/glamourmag
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photo: Instagram/melissamccarthy

Recently the actress appeared on the cover of AARP, which didn't airbrush her face away.

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photo: Splash

What's the point of asking her to be the cover star if it looks nothing like her?

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photo: Instagram/melissamccarthy

Let's ease up on the Photoshop, guys.

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