You stepped right into that. Okay, we turn now to girl star Lena Dunham. Taking heat for photo shopping the images. Now they're offering thousands for the original. Linzie Janis has the story. I'm... See More
You stepped right into that. Okay, we turn now to girl star Lena Dunham. Taking heat for photo shopping the images. Now they're offering thousands for the original. Linzie Janis has the story. I'm really not hungry so order me pancakes and a Turkey bacon. Reporter: Known for being comfortable in her own skin. So much so that creator and star of HBO's hit star "Girls" often doesn't wear much else. I never see you naked and you always see me neighborhood which should be the other way around. Reporter: But on "vogue"'s February covering is stirring up controversy. Website jezebel.com so convinced the photos were doctored, it offered $10,000 for the originals before they were retouched. The before and afters now on the website with captions pointing out where Dunham's jaw line has been narrowed. Her waistline slimmed and hips pulled in. They didn't change her body that I could tell in drastic ways. I don't think they did anything major to her body shape. Reporter: She defended the pictures telling online magazine slate.com a fashion magazine is like a beautiful fantasy. "Vogue" isn't the place that we go to look at realistic women. But this morning, jezebel editor Jessica Cohen is standing by her decision saying this is about "Vogue" and what "Vogue" decides to do with a specific woman who has very publicly stated that she's fine just the way she had. You know, Lena had said she is okay with the cover. She thinks she looks great and I think that that is really what's important. Reporter: It seems some are more appalled by jezebel's $10,000 bounty than by the retouched photos themselves. Dunham herself tweeting "10k? Give it to charity then just order HBO." For "Good morning America," Linzie Janis, ABC news, new York.
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