On Thursday, GQ unveiled its annual June comedy issue featuring Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae and Sarah Silverman on the cover looking stunning in gorgeous dresses, but with a whole lot of misplaced limbs and hands.
After Vanity Fair made its gaffe, Witherspoon and Winfrey had fun with it on social media. It doesn't take a close look to notice that Kate has completely distorted and contorted legs, Issa has a third arm that isn't even attached to her body, and there's an extra arm that we aren't even sure who it belongs to.More news: National Basketball Association draft lottery: Phoenix Suns get first pick
Everyone thought it was just another magazine mistake but then, GQ released an apology on their website to the three cover stars for the mistake and when everyone realised that there's not just one rogue hand in the image, but four, something smelt fishy.
Comedians Issa Rae, Kate McKinnon, and Sarah Silverman cover the magazine's 2018 edition of its annual comedy issue. "I hope you can still accept me for who I am".More news: 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 14 Finale: How Did April and Arizona Leave?
In the photo, Saturday Night Live actress McKinnon's leg is stretched unnaturally across Insecure creator Rae's lap.
The cover, though, comes with a twist. They continue, saying they "deeply regret that the results violated GQ's rigorous standards of editorial excellence and the laws of nature". The satirical letter is commenting on the many seemingly-unattached arms and legs floating around on the cover, next to a blurb that reads: "Hands Down, Our Best Comedy Issue Ever!" GQ also pledged to conduct an internal audit of its cover-development process both so an error like this doesn't happen again, and "because this sounds like the right thing to say". In the meantime, we'll be praying that Donald Trump tweets something about Chrissy Teigen in the next hour so everybody forgets all about this.More news: Alec and Hilaria Baldwin welcome fourth child