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Khloe Kardashian Says 'Freakishly Long Fingers' In New Pics Aren't A 'Photoshop Fail'

It all comes down to the fingers.

Khloe Kardashian created quite the stir this week with new photos advertising her Good American clothing company.

The business founder appeared in stills on Tuesday that show the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star with extremely elongated features designed to spotlight her company’s new shoe designs.

The pictures left many on social media confused and blaming photo editing gone wrong. But that wasn’t the case at all, Kardashian tweeted on Wednesday.

Kardashian explained on Twitter that the ads weren’t any sort of “Photoshop fail” and that people’s comments had her “cracking up!”

“We shot on a camera lens that creates a stretching effect,” the reality star said. “The closer the object is to [the] camera they will get elongated. So in some of my photos my feet/fingers look incredibly long. Not to worry! I still have normal size hands/fingers.”

To make sure people still weren’t stretching the truth, Kardashian repeated that her hands are “normal sized” and that she doesn’t “have freakishly long fingers.”

“Hope the ‘concern and confusion’ is now put to rest and we can just enjoy the photos,” the “KUWTK” star added. “This really made me laugh today. Thanks for the giggle. No lie.”

Those photos weren’t the only ones that got fans talking about the new campaign.

On Sunday, Kardashian posted a photo to Instagram showing a giant diamond ring on her finger that quickly sparked engagement rumours (and created a bit of distraction from the Good American shoes in the post).

The “KUWTK” alum’s on-and-off-again boyfriend, NBA player Tristan Thompson, simply commented “WOW!!!!!!! That grass is cut to perfection” on the photo:

While Kardashian later shut down the engagement rumors, one thing is for sure: She knows how to sell some shoes.

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