Justin Bieber’s Bulge Was ‘Too Big’ For His Calvin Klein Underwear In Ads, Say Sources

Justin Bieber’s bulge was apparently “too big” for his Calvin Klein underwear when he shot the much-talked about pics and videos for the ad campaign. As a result, his privates were allegedly airbrushed by the brand for a more seemly look.

NaughtyGossip.com are reporting close sources told them Bieber’s bulge was retouched because it was too big for the underwear he was given at some point during the two-and-half days of shooting.

“Justin was too big for his underwear. They are too tight and needed to be photo shopped to make the pictures look less distracting,” one of the insiders told the outlet. “He isn’t very tall, but trust me — he is a big boy.”

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(Photo: Justin Bieber bulge was reporedly 'too big' for his Calvin Klein underwear)

This new information comes after the initial, almost universally positive internet reaction to the Biebs and Lara Stone’s Calvin Klein campaign pics and videos after Tuesday’s reveal was followed by talk of alleged photoshopping.

But, it appears that in at least one respect — namely, Bieber’s bulge — that the singer has more than enough to flaunt.

The report is a markedly different version of events to claims made by breatheheavy.com.

The website posted what they allege is an unretouched pic of the “Confident” singer from the Calvin Klein set, allegedly sent by an alleged source connected to the photoshoot.

The site published their so-called “exclusive” snap alongside one of the official, underwear Calvin Klein print ad shots of the heartthrob.

The shot [see below] seems to show Bieber’s bulge abs, back muscles and thighs looking decidedly smaller than in the official CK print close-up.

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(Photo: Is this supposedly unretouched picture of Justin Bieber in his Calvin Klein shoot really authentic?)

The singer in one of the final “underwear” Calvin Klein print ad images.

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(Photo: The singer poses up in the official, underwear photo used in the Calvin Klein campaign)

However, many fans think the un-retouched pic is photoshopped, as does an expert photo retoucher who spoke to MTV and Jezebel who called the pic “fake as hell.”

It certainly looks it around the crotch and rear areas. The singer’s head also looks too big, indicating that the body was shrunk. Compared to the countless selfies Bieber posts at his social media accounts, the photoshopping of the so-called “un-retouched” pic is obvious.

The site is also claiming a source told them, the Canadian “was basically a douche. He hit on Lara several times and she had to stop him, basically calling him out on being just a… child,” adding “Bieber specified he wanted to look taller and buff. Bigger bulge implied.”

Is that alleged “source” comment genuine, or just one of the typical, anonymous character-attacks on the singer that GossipCop.com debunks? The Inquisitr speculates that it is an invented quote, designed to exploit an anti-Bieber narrative.

Specifically, the implied premise that Bieber could command renowned photographic duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and video director Johan Renck to falsify images in a multi-million dollar ad campaign, is particularly unbelievable.

Furthermore, Lara herself told the Associated Press in a video interview [linked below] that she worked well with the singer.

“It was really fun working with Justin Bieber. I’d never met him before but we had a really great time on set, and we had a lot of fun shooting the campaign, and I can’t wait to see all the images,” the Dutch model said.

Moving on to the debate over the 20-year-old singer’s abs and pubic body hair in his print shots compared to the video.

Some ordinary Internet commenters, TMZ and other media outlets pointed out the lack of hair leading to Bieber’s privates in the video footage from the CK shoot, whereas the print ads show the hitmaker’s lower torso with a “happy trail.”

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(Photo: Justin Bieber is seen without pubic hair in the image on the left, and with on the right)

There’s no disputing that Bieber has a “happy trail” on some of the print ads and doesn’t in the videos. So it seems the Klein brand allegedly used a digital retouch in some campaign visuals.

For those who may believe Bieber doesn’t have pubic hair in real life, the Instagram photo shown below was posted by the singer last August.

What do you see?


Similarly, while Bieber’s “mycalvins” videos shows Bieber’s taut torso, many think the print ads showed him with a more defined six-pack than in the clips.

“Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein ads would be super cool had they not over photoshopped his ‘abs,'” one Twitter user wrote. Another user reportedly wrote, “The Calvin Klein underwear ads featuring Justin Bieber kind of look like his head was photoshopped onto the body.”

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(Photo: The singer's torso seen in a screengrab from the video co-starring Lara)
Justin Bieber
(Photo: The singer's torso in one of the CK campaign shots)

Looking at the two pictures above, it’s clear the print ad photo has been darkened. The Biebs’ muscle definition is more or less the same, but stands out to better effect in the darkened shot. It’s worth noting that airbrushing enhancement is standard after fashion shoots and for many other fields.

In addition, Bieber has been working out with a weight/fitness trainer for two years. After the Inquisitr watched Bieber and Stone many times in CK’s campaign videos, it becomes apparent that the relatively puny shot of the singer seen at Breathe Heavy is doctored.

Readers, let us know what you think about the Bieber-Stone ad photoshopping claims in comments below.

[Images via breatheheavy.com /calvinklein.com]