The latest diet craze to be endorsed by hundreds of celebrities is the Photoshop diet, in which hi-tech software is used to make images of the celebrity look like they are up to 100 pounds lighter than in reality.
‘It’s fantastic! For years I’ve been working out 3 hours per day to look good, but now I can eat like a pig and still appear slim to all my fans,’ claimed Cameron Diaz. ‘It does mean that anybody entering my house must wear a set of specially designed 3-D glasses for me to keep looking slim and beautiful; but as a multimillionaire Hollywood actress, I’m apparently supposed to be as mad as a brush, so no one bats an eyelid.’
Due to the technology being imperfectly adjusted for use on moving images, actors may appear wooden in their actions on screen and have limited facial expressions. Keanu Reeves is known to have been struggling with this side effect for many years.