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Tom Daley Asked Fans To Help Design His Twitter Photo And The Results Were Disastrous

by Graham Gremore April 04, 2016


Tom Daley probably regrets the idea to ask his 2.5 million Twitter fans to help him design a new cover photo for his profile.

Last week, the 21-year-old groom-to-be asked followers to take a photo of him posing in a blue and black tracksuit and jazz it up in photoshop then post it online using the hashtag #COVERDALEY. The winning design, he said, would be announced on April 6.

That was assuming there would be a winning design. April 6 is two days away and, so far, things aren’t looking so good.

Check out some of these submissions…

Related: Tom Daley Assumes The Position To Send You Off To Bed

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