This GIF Shows You Just How Photoshopped Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein Ads Were [UPDATED]

Bieber says the unretouched photo is fake

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UPDATE, Jan. 10: Justin Bieber's team insists the unretouched Calvin Klein photo below, showing a scrawnier, less well-endowed Bieber, is fake. The photo was posted to BreatheHeavy.com, but after getting a cease-and-desist letter, that site has now removed it and published a retraction. "Bieber denies the photo is real, and I respect that and will believe him," the writer says.

See our original story below:

Well, it looks like Justin Bieber's controversial Calvin Klein ads aren't quite what they seem.

When Bieber's ad campaign launched earlier this week, the Internet went wild over how chiseled (and fake) his body looked next to model Lara Stone.

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