The latest victim of magazine cover airbrushing is Megan Fox on the cover of France's Grazia. Yes, even the one of the hottest women in Hollywood can fall victim the altering brush of photoshop. 

Megan Fox graces the cover of Grazia dressed in a revealing white and black racerback frock, which exposes most of her tattoo covered back. Although one of her tattoos, a Shakespeare King Lear quote: "We will all laugh at gilded butterflies", was shown on the cover, her other tattoo - a Nietzsche quote:"'And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music", was erased.

The strangest part of this photoshopped cover? The inside pages of the same edition of the magazine, the exact same shot of Megan is featured with her tattoo still intact.

I'm a little confused about this one. Lovelies, what do you think?