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Lana Del Rey's Tush Is An International Hit

Images via <a href="!/lanadelrey">Twitter</a> and <a href="">Street Creature</a>
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On Friday, Lana Del Rey tweeted her Glamour Paris cover and it was bilingual déjà vu for those familiar with the March edition of British Vogue. The photos, which feature a severe pants shortage and red hot Talbot Runhof for Rodo stilettos, are exactly the same. Same pout, same flowing locks, same semi-exposed derrière.

We'll save you a game of "spot the difference" and say that the photo spread is almost exactly the same, except that the British photo editor got a little more color-correction happy than the French one did. Case in point: Del Rey's hair was richer, and her pores were even more nonexistent in Vogue—as if she needs that. The double vision isn't a case of a mixed up printing press, though, since mother hen Condé Nast has passed photos between its flock of international magazines before. But leave it to Lana to kill two birds with one extra sexy stone.
· Lana Del Rey Covers 'Glamour' Paris May 2012 [JustJared]
· All Lana Del Rey Coverage [Racked]