anne hathaway british gq march cover armpit

Anne Hathaway raises the roof (and some eyebrows) with new British GQ cover.

Getting overly Photoshopped? Now that's the pits.

Anne Hathaway's sexy new cover for British GQ's March issue is causing speculation that the actress' armpits have been airbrushed away, Jezebel reports.

The cover, on stands now, features the "Valentine's Day" star nearly popping out of her provocative black corset as she raises her arms above her head.

Only problem? Her left armpit appears to be MIA, with nary a hollow to be seen. An interior shot of the actress in a retro bra and shorts set also casts her underarms in an unrealistic light.

Maybe it's her deodorant?

Of course, this wouldn't be the first time a celebrity is the victim to Photoshop gone awry. Demi Moore's hip reportedly got the chop on the cover of W, only to resurface on the magazine's Korean edition.

And let's not forget the major kerfuffle ignited by Ralph Lauren's you've-got-to-be-kidding-me airbrush treatment of a stick-thin model.

So, is Hathaway a genetic mutant, or did someone in the art department get a little Photoshop-happy while retouching underarm stubble? You be the judge.

Not all celebs get airbrushed. Check out Sadie Frost's nude, unretouched shoot for Grazia.