Mariah Carey is the latest celeb to admit to being Photoshopped—but she insists it wasn't her decision!
When the artwork for her new single "You Don’t Know What to Do" was released this weekend, many fans quickly noticed an old image was used.
A new photo of the singer’s face was allegedly Photoshopped on top of the same photo used for her album, Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse.
The 44-year-old singer took to Twitter to address the controversy saying, "That definitely was NOT my selection for the cover... ugh! 😂."
That definitely was NOT my selection for the cover... ugh! 😂— Me. I Am Mariah (@MariahCarey) June 21, 2014
She then insisted her fans tweet their own ideas for the single. "Yes, I would love for you to send me your art for #YDKWTD ('cause at this point IDKWTD! lol 😜)," she tweeted.
You Don’t Know What To Do, featuring Wale, is the fourth single to be released from her 14th studio album.
News of this comes on the heels of her being accused of trying to use a photo from 1997 as a new one earlier this week.
Check out Mariah's new single, plus take a look at seven other Photoshop fails!