BUFFY The Vampire Slayer’s Sarah Michelle Gellar has left fans in stitches with a “diabolical” photoshop fail.
The actress, 44 – who played Buffy Summers in the supernatural drama series – took to Instagram to show off her questionable editing skills.
Actor Danny Strong, who played Jonathan Levinson in the show, reunited with Adam Busch and Tom Lenk 24 years after first hitting out screens together.
They played the role of the ‘The Trio’ – a group who tried to take down Buffy in the sixth season, which aired back in 2001.
However there was one person who wasn’t very happy that they weren’t invited to their reunion.
Sarah saw the post that Danny shared with his 42.3k followers and decided to alter the image so she was in it.
She captioned the post: “‘Oh sorry did my invite get lost in the mail? *roundhouse kick’ @strongdanny @tommylenk @amy-reading.”
Her photo sent fans wild and thousands flocked to the comments section.
One wrote in the comments section: “i love this.”
A second said: “Oh my f***ing GOOOOD.”
A third chimed in: “OMG this is everything.”
A fourth added: “Bahahaha! You’re the BEST. ??.”
A fifth simply wrote: “This is epic ?.”
Buffy The Vampire Slayer first hit our screens in 1997, after becoming an adaptation of 1992 film of the same name.
Sarah played protagonist Buffy, one of the “Chosen Ones” who fought against vampires.
The series aired from 1992 to 2003, boasting seven seasons and won a number of prestigious awards.
Sarah shot to fame in 1983 when she was just four-years-old after she bagged herself a role in the blockbuster An Invasion of Privacy.
Before starring in Buffy The Vampire Slayer she starred in a number of films and TV shows including Crossroads, Funny Farm, Girl Talk and All My Children.
After starring in the much-loved show Sarah definitely stayed in the spotlight.
She also landed herself roles in Sex and the City, The Simpsons, American Dad!, The Big Bang Theory, and most recently Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
The star has also been in a number of popular films such as She’s All That, Scooby-Doo, The Grudge and TMNT.