Does This Pretty Little Liars Promo Image Offend You?

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Dec. 12 2013, Published 5:51 p.m. ET

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Ashley Benson is over Hollywood's obsession with perfection and she's just not taking it anymore.

The Pretty Little Liars star took to Twitter today to let off some steam about the industry's tireless quest to portray its stars as flawless creatures with nary a blemish in sight after coming across an image promoting the new season of PLL.

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"Saw this floating around....hope it's not the poster. Our faces in this were from 4 years ago.....and we all look ridiculous. Way too much photo shop. We all have flaws. No one looks like this. It's not attractive."

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The photo shows the fab four looking as gorgeous as ever with voluminous hair and a twinkle in their eyes. But clearly not everyone in Rosewood is happy about it.

Ashley Benson

Troian Bellisario is a bit more diplomatic but backs up her costar replying, "Wow @ashbenzo I couldn't agree more. Very cool concept as always. But aren't we attractive enough…"

This is hardly the first time a glossy, glamorous image has been used to promote PLL, so we're not entirely sure what finally sent Ashley over the edge. Perhaps it's because she's gone grunge with her latest project, a film she's shooting in New York with Orange is the New Black's Matt McGorry.

What do you think of the offending image? Tell us in the comments or tweet @OKMagazine.


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