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Move Over 'Human Barbie'! Real-Life 'Ken Doll' Has Spent Around $100,000 On Plastic Surgery


Dec. 18 2012, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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Justin Jedlica looks just like a real-life Ken doll and has spent around $100,000 on plastic surgery to appear like the “ideal beauty,” and has photos and video of his startling transformation.

Justin, 32, revealed he has had between 90 and 100 procedures during a recent interview on The Doctors, calling plastic surgery his "hobby."

“I’ve always been into plastic surgery because it’s an extension of me being creative,” he said.

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Jedlica revealed he’s had five rhinoplasties, a cranial drown bone shape and augmentations to his cheeks, lips, buttocks and chin to achieve his startling look.

He confessed that his "habit" began when he was 18 years old with a nose job.

“It was really something that set me apart and validated me, and I felt so euphoric,” he revealed about his first surgery.

During his interview, Justin was quick to show off his expensively sculpted body by taking his top off and showing off his pec implants and biceps made entirely of silicone.

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“I can treat myself as if I were my own sculpture, my own artwork,” he said of the multiple surgeries.

Despite the results, and the obvious dangers of going under the knife so many times, The Doctors were wary of telling Justin to stop all together.

Instead, one told him he was lucky not to have had any complications thus far and that as the implants deteriorate and his body tissue breaks down, he could face some problems later in life.

“There's always the potential for something to go wrong, but those risks are pretty nominal,” an undeterred Jedlica said. “I'm willing to accept these risks but I don't think anything worthwhile in life comes without taking risks.

“It's like asking Picasso not to paint!”


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