Beyonce just isn’t flawless enough for some people.
The singer might be considered one of the most beautiful women in the world, but one Photoshop fan thinks that Beyonce’s famous face would look better remixed with those of two white celebrities, Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson.
Globalflare recently shared a photo of what a Beyonce, Scar-Jo, and J-Law baby might look like.
The photo basically looks like Scarlett Johansson with darker hair and eyes, and Bey-Jo-Law is wearing Jennifer Lawrence’s dress from American Hustle. The Beyonce mash-up was created after a photo of a Johansson and Lawrence morph went viral on Reddit. Moviepilot created the original Scar-Law mash-up.
One Redditor commented on why the blend of beautiful women is so perfect.
“…It would save me lusting after two women I wouldn’t have a snowballs chance in hell with. Thanks for the gold, whoever you may be!”
Another pointed out a glaring problem with the hot hybrid.
“No damnit, it’s the threesome I’m after. Stop ruining my dreams, you’re not reality.”
Beyonce, Scarlett Johansson, and Jennifer Lawrence are gorgeous by themselves, so why do people want to tweak and change them? These celebrity morphs send the message to women that even the most beautiful girls in the world just aren’t beautiful enough—they need lighter skin, fuller lips, and thinner faces.
This isn’t the first time Photoshop has been used to create the perfect woman by Frankensteining celebrity faces. Every few months, the Daily Mail published a photo of one of these mash-ups. Back in December, the Mail shared morphs of men and women’s ideas of the perfect faces. The sexes were polled on which celebrity features they admire most, and their answers were used to create two faces. Shockingly, both faces were free of any of Beyonce’s facial features. The women’s perfect face is featured on top, and the men’s perfect face is featured below.
The women’s ideal face looks a bit like a living Disney princess, and the men’s perfect woman looks like an adult movie actress. It’s safe to say that Beyonce would not be a fan of these so-called perfect women who don’t exist. In a behind-the-scenes look at her “Pretty Hurts” video, she talked about the pressure society puts on women to reach an unattainable ideal.
“Some of the things that young women go through are just really heartbreaking for me.”
She also explained the meaning behind a scene that showed her pretending to get a facelift and Botox.
“It represents all the things that people go through to put up with the pressure that society puts on us.”
Beyonce isn’t the only member of her family whose looks get scrutinized. As The Inquisitr previously reported, her 2-year-old daughter’s looks have already become a hot topic. Blue Ivy’s curly hair was recently the butt of a cruel joke on 106 & Park, and a concerned citizen even created a Change.org petition begging Beyonce to style the little girl’s hair. If Blue Ivy were older, what kind of message would she get from all the talk about her hair and the mash-up of her mother’s face with those of two white women?
What do you think of the Beyonce/Scarlett Johansson/Jennifer Lawrence morph? Is it just harmless fun, or does it send a dangerous message to young women who already struggle with the pressure to look perfect?
[Image credits: Globalflare, Moviepilot, Daily Mail, MTV News]