Can you spot Oprah's three hands on Vanity Fair cover?

James Franco was removed last-minute from the prestigious cover of Vanity Fair's 2018 Hollywood Portfolio issue in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations, according to industry trade publication The Hollywood Reporter.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Franco sat for the shoot and was interviewed for the feature before the publication chose to remove him.

Franco, however, has denied all claims made against him.

Vanity Fair said in a tweet that editors would correct the number of Winfrey's hands online, but Witherspoon's "extra leg" was actually the seam of her dress, the magazine noted.

Winfrey played along. "I accept your 3d leg".

"Dang! @Oprah makes so much money -She's gotta have 3 hands to count it!" In it Witherspoon is next to Winfrey and it appears that the media mogul has one hand on her hip, one on her leg and a third around Witherspoon's waist.

She's one of 12 film stars Annie Leibovitz had photographed for the magazine's Hollywood issue - published every year during awards season.

But she doesn't have just two legs for the cover - unfortunately, Reese has been left with three.

CNN has reached out to representatives for Franco for comment about him being removed from the cover. But as you can see in the final cover, released Thursday, Franco is nowhere to be found.

"Well.I guess everybody knows now.I have 3 legs". Franco told "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" that if he did "something wrong" he would "fix it". "I hope you can still accept me for who I am", she wrote. "It's, I think, a good thing, and I support it".

The 39-year-old said the Twitter accusations were "not accurate", but added, "I completely support people coming out and being able to have a voice because they didn't have a voice for so long". And I truly believe they need to be part of this conversation.

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