Wrinkles, we knew about. The publicists insist that they're all erased in Photoshop. Standard practice. But fingernails? Kevin Spacey's were in such bad shape for a magazine photo shoot that the publicist insisted on a digital manicure. Let's face it: every celebrity magazine cover is the result of a conspiracy by publicists and journalists, who are about as honest with the public as boomtime CEOs and their pet equity analysts. So, given Elliot Spitzer's lack of interest in the corruption of celebrity journalism, Gawker is offering rewards for JPEGs of celebrity cover shots before and after Photoshop retouching. We'll give $200 for a Details, and $500 for a Vanity Fair, the money wired discreetly into your Paypal or Amazon account. Other rates on request.