Vanity Fair Cover Has Viewers Questioning its Photoshop Skills

LOS ANGELES -- The cover of Vanity Fair's annual issue, celebrating Hollywood and the Academy Awards, has some viewers questioning its photoshopping skills.

"Wrinkle in Time" co-stars, Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon are pictured with their arms around each other, but Witherspoon looks like she has a third leg.

Vanity Fair says it's simply the lining of her dress. 

But, a more glaring Photoshop error apparently took place in a behind-the-scenes image with Witherspoon and Winfrey, in which Winfrey seems to have three hands!

Vanity Fair removed the photo and said they were correcting the error, joking, "how can we expect her to juggle it all with just two hands?"

Winfrey and Witherspoon poked fun at the photos too, joking they accepted each other in spite of the extra body parts. 

James Franco was actually erased from that cover of Vanity Fair.

The publication said in a statement, "We made a decision not to include James Franco on the Hollywood cover once we learned of the misconduct allegations against him."

The actor has denied allegations by five women who told the LA Times earlier this month they experienced inappropriate and sometimes sexually exploitative behavior by Franco.

CNN has reached out to representatives for Franco for comment about him being removed from the cover but has gotten no response.

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