Rattan 司藤 actress Jing Tian may have just landed herself on the censor police’s naughty list last night for her choice of dress at CCTV’s Dragon Boat Festival celebration. Wearing a floaty sea foam green dress with a plunging neckline, Jing Tian looked super fresh and pretty. But not everyone seems to have thought so what with the surprise “makeover” her dress received. Yep, the show photoshop-ed out the sliver of skin shown by the deep V of her dress and covered it up.
It’s likely her dress’ plunging neckline might have been deemed a little too racy for the conservative network. But either way, this isn’t the first time the network “corrected” outfits that failed to pass muster with a wave of their Photoshop magic wand. TF Boys’ Jackson Yee had his white shirt switched to black and the neckline raised, not to mention a few tweaks in his accessories made for an old CCTV event poster. Likewise, Allen Ren Jialun’s red knit sweater received a similar treatment when the posters ditched the “holes” purposely placed as part of the design.
While Jing Tian’s dress might look totally acceptable to most people, I guess the network sure is taking its artists roles in setting good examples and promoting wholesome family values pretty seriously.
So funny…Such a contradicting Country.
OK, none of these outfits that they photoshopped are too racy. There’s barely any skin showing, and Allen’s shirt doesn’t even show skin. I completely understand the desire and need to keep things family friendly, but this is a bit extreme. It just comes off as a little silly–and this is speaking as someone from an ultra conservative upbringing/background.
Funny…I’m sure regular people on the streets of China wear more scandalous outfits. Lol
A whole nation that puts up so air about the silliest things. As long as it appears to be good doesn’t matter if things are rotten to the core.
Lmao these censorship rules are so stupid.
i event dont know which part got photoshopped if you didnt tell me…