Today in the city Gallup 18.01.2018

11 people who have taken plastic surgery to the extreme

For some people, plastic surgery is the way they choose to express themselves or enhance their physical appearance.
While some may choose small procedures or ones that are medically necessary, others take physical enhancements to the next level in order to get their ideal look.
Here are 11 people who have taken plastic surgery to a new heights throughout the years. Billionaire socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein, 77, has had multiple surgeries reportedly to look more feline.

Dubbed the "Catwoman" by tabloids, the Swiss-born socialite has reportedly spent more than $2 million on surgeries. Her first was an eye lift. In a 1998 Vanity Fair article, her ex-husband Alec Wildenstein described how frequent the plastic surgery became.    
"She was thinking that she could fix her face like a piece of furniture," he said. "Skin does not work that way. But she wouldn't listen."
 
 
Justin Jedlica is known as the "human Ken doll."

Jedlica was 17 when he first decided he wanted a nose job. But without his parent's permission he had to wait until he was 18. Since then, he has undergone more than 150 procedures. He offers consulting services for others looking to modify their appearance. 
But Rodrigo Alves has also been dubbed a "human Ken doll."

Alves is well-known around the globe for his extensive surgeries — more than 50 — and extravagant fashion. According to his website, he has been on more than 50 television shows in over 30 countries to share his experiences. He is also incredibly active on social media. 
See the rest of the story at Business Insider

the source: http://www.businessinsider.com/extreme-plastic-surgery-2018-1

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