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It's so fun to find a misspelling at a "legitimate" website

An article about Keira Knightley at huffingtonpost.com begins like this:

Keira Knightly willingly stripped down for the latest cover of Interview magazine and sat for an interview with Tim Blanks to talk about her new film Atonement. It wasn't the first time she doffed her clothes for a magazine cover.


How was the photo shoot? We ended by taking my clothes off again. How does that always happen?

Why do you think? I don't know. Because I say yes, I suppose.


Let's just ignore the fact that they spelled her last name correctly everywhere BUT in the article!

Most of the Interview Magazine article (spell-checked and everything) can be found here. Warning: the side-scrolling is a little annoying.

(edited several times for my own embarrassing misspellings)
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Wow! Shes looking good & a lot less skinny since i last saw her. The make up is a bit overdone though.
yes i was thinking, if they can use photoshop to make women bodies look thinner they could use to to make them look less skinny as well.
I remember when the "king Arthur" poster was altered to make her boobs look bigger.