After much drama and buzz surrounding the video, Meghan Trainor has just released the official, approved music video for her new single Me Too.
The singer initially released the video on Monday (May 9), but soon pulled it off the web when she realized that her waist had been photoshopped to look smaller.
Now that her team has returned her waist to its normal size, Meghan has released the video back onto the web for her fans to enjoy before her album Thank You drops on Friday (May 13).
During an interview with Howard Stern this morning, Meghan discussed the mishap in a bit more detail, admitting that she looked over the video before it went live, but failed to notice the waist photoshopping beforehand.
She said: “I asked, ‘hey, can you hide my mustache and take off my mole-hair – those close-ups, you never know … But I never said ‘cut off my rib.”
“I saw screenshots that the fans were taking on Instagram, and I was like, ‘why are the fans messing with my waist?’ And I was like, that’s not the fans, that’s my video. And I must have not even seen it.”
She later said: “I’m the poster child for no Photoshop, that is my thing! I was skinnier than those dancers, who are also very skinny. So when you do that, everyone knows that ain’t real.”
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