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Can Beyoncé ever take a bad picture? Her people seem to think so when about 200 untouched photos of her from a 2013 L’Oréal cosmetics campaign were leaked on the web Thursday.

The fan site The Beyonce World says they released the photos because they want to show she's human like everyone else.

After outcry from fans, however, The Beyonce World pulled the photos and posted a statement:

“Due to the disdain of the BeyHive, we have removed the photos. We don’t want to cause any drama, nor do we wish to start fan wars. Some of the things we have seen posted were just horrible, and we don’t want any parts of it. We were just posting the photos to share the fact that our queen is naturally beautiful, at the same time she is just a regular woman.”

Before the photos were taken down, a few were captured and instantly went viral.

There are mixed reviews on Twitter with some saying she looks like a cigarette smoker. Others think she still looks better than regular people on their best days.

Beyoncé  has yet to comment.

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    • diane

      I think she can sing……Just ask the studio sound engineers. They are the only ones who’ve heard her voice live before they tweek, autotune , add digital enhancements and that add so much to her voice. Unlike those who pay big bucks for concert tickets to watch her lip synch.

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