5+ People Who Reached the Extremes to Resemble Their Idols

8 months ago

We all have heroes that we aspire to emulate. While the majority of individuals seek to obtain items that can only be found in celebrities’ wardrobes, some go a step further and try to physically transform their bodies to look more like a desired character. And some of their idols aren’t even living beings, making the whole situation even more incredible.

1. Pixee Fox, the living cartoon

This model spent $120,000 on 15 surgeries to look just like the cartoon character. But for this purpose, she had to get a 14-inch (35.5 cm) waist. That’s why she had to remove 6 of her ribs to get a closer resemblance to the famous Jessica Rabbit.

2. Jordan James Parke, the male Kardashian

Looking at his old pictures, it’s pretty obvious Jordan James Park has put in a lot of work to look the way he does now. Botox, lip and cheek fillers, eyebrow tattoos, laser hair removal—you name it. Many folks might say he looks fake and plastic, but Parke just shrugs it off. He tells these people, “Do they think I’m going for the natural look? If I was, I’d ask for my money back.”

This guy is a huge fan of Kim Kardashian. And he’s already spent $150,000 on more than 50 cosmetic procedures to transform into his idol. And he keeps doing it, even today.

“I love everything about Kim,” he said. “She’s the most gorgeous woman ever. Her skin is perfect, her hair, everything about her.”

3. Rodrigo Alves, the living Ken doll

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Alves has spent over £373k on aesthetic procedures in an attempt to achieve the “perfect” body image. He has endured more than 57 surgeries, but still decided to withdraw his application to the Guinness World Record for the highest number of surgical procedures. He simply thinks that bettering one’s appearance shouldn’t be seen as a competition.

4. Jack Johnson, David Beckham

Johnson was a teenager when he started to alter his appearance to look more like David Beckham, and he spent £20,000 to do so. He had Botox and tanning injections, lip and teeth fillers, and now plans to have a gastric band to complete the transformation. Currently, he believes that it’s his weight that is currently holding him back from truly looking like his idol.

5. Toby Sheldon


This guy spent 5 years and £100,000 in an effort to look like Justin Bieber. Sheldon is a songwriter himself, and Bieber’s appearance was a true inspiration for his numerous surgeries, which predictably included face fillers, a chin reduction, and eyelid surgery.

“When Justin Bieber got famous, I was so jealous of his good looks! He had this baby face that I just really liked,” said Sheldon. “Once Justin shot to fame, his face was everywhere and all I kept thinking when I saw his picture was ’I want to look like him.’”

6. Herbert Chavez

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Clark Kent’s transformation into Superman was very simple. However, in real life, it took Chavez a bit longer — 16 years of plastic surgery and around £4,400 to be exact. He had multiple nose jobs, skin whitening, lip liposuction, pec and abdominal implants, and jaw realignment to become a living superhero, or at least look like one.

7. Justin Jedlica, one more living Ken doll

This guy dropped a crazy $15,000 (that’s around £11,000) to tweak his hairline, bring it down a notch, and give his eyebrows and sideburns a whole new vibe. Can you believe he was just 18 when he had his first nose job? And since then, he’s gone through over 630 different cosmetic procedures.

But here’s the kicker: he splurged a whopping $625,000 (that’s about £445,000) to fine-tune his nose, cheeks, chin, jaw, forehead, lips, shoulders, back, six-pack abs, biceps, triceps — you get the picture. “I’m really happy with how I look now,” says Jedlico. “Everyone talks to me about it, even my bank teller commented on how good my hair looks.”

People would go above and above to accept themselves and embrace their bodies, just as those people who underwent significant physical transformations and changed their appearance.

Preview photo credit Barbie / Heyday Films and co-producers, Rocky / WENN.com/agefotostock/East News


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