KHLOE Kardashian has been accused of blackfishing in a recently rediscovered visit with Ellen DeGeneres.
Critics say the reality star looked completely unrecognizable in the October, 2001 clip, with darkly tanned skin and long blonde locks.
In the episode, the 37-year-old showed off her slim figure in a skin-tight white dress with long-sleeves and matching pointy-toed pumps.
Khloe wore her long locks down to her waist and went full-glam with black eyeliner and fake lashes.
But fans on Reddit thought it wasn’t just her lashes that looked fake.
“This is unacceptable blackfishing,” one fan commented, while another pointed out: “Definite overkill.”
Others pointed out that Khloe looked over spray tanned.
“How do they not get spray tan/body makeup all over their white clothing???” one fan pondered.
Another added: “My high school self would have killed for this spray tan at prom.”
Six months later, the Good American founder is still being accused of trying to alter her appearance.
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Earlier on Saturday, fans ripped Khloe for what they called a major photoshop fail after her denim company shared a picture of her belly.
In the picture, the star posed in a tan crop top and low-rise white jeans.
The top of the pants was unbuttoned and the TV personality exposed her entire stomach, flaunting her sculpted abs.
But fans were more concerned about one minor detail: her belly button.
Several zeroed in on the spot in the image, which they claimed was very clearly “photoshopped.”
“The sad thing about the Kardashians is… they do workout but whatever flaws they have left they get nicked and tucked; look at the belly button! Plus no one has a perfect body…. good lord please, be real!” one ranted.
“Photoshopped for sure!” a second agreed.
A third wrote sarcastically: “No photoshopping here!” with laughing emojis.
THE NOSE KNOWS
Though the California native has denied going under the knife for a “facelift” or any other invasive procedure, she did admit to getting a “nose job.”
Khloe continued: “Everyone gets so upset, like, why don’t I talk about it? No one’s ever asked me! You’re the first person that’s ever asked me in an interview about my nose.
“I’ve done, sure, injections. Not really Botox. I’ve responded horribly to Botox.”
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