A Brazilian cosmetic surgery addict admits that he has spent around US$150,000 chasing the dream of looking like a Ken doll come to life.

Rodrigo Alves, who recently acknowledged that he suffers from body dysmorphia and is seeking therapy, says he’s undergone around 20 separate surgeries to achieve his goal. Just some of the operations included: arm fillers and pectoral implants, ab implants, calf reshaping, numerous nose jobs, botox injections and several rounds of liposuction. Presumably he also paid good money on eye surgery to get that perfect Ken doll “soulless gaze.”



Of course, body dysmorphia is no laughing matter and it’s often implicated in triggering eating disorders and runaway cosmetic surgery addictions, so it’s good to see one of these “living dolls” actually seeking treatment that doesn’t involve a scalpel.

Still, Alves’ entry in the competition for “most doll-like person alive” means that “Human Barbie” Valeria Lukyanova and the original “Human Ken Doll,” Justin Jedlica, have a new contender to worry about. Those two still don’t seem to see a problem with their rampant surgery addictions and insistence that air and sunlight are people food.


If you ask us, the whole thing is a sad affair, but we’d be willing to give the living doll throne to whomever of the three is first to start driving around in a real-life Barbie Beach Cruiser replica.


Source: 2ch Jack Log
Photo credits: Valeria Lukyanova/Justin Jedlica, Beach Cruiser