Former Versace model Jennifer Pamplona has spent over £80,000 on plastic surgeries because she wanted to look like a human barbie doll. And now that she’s achieved that goal, she has a new one: to have a bigger butt than TV personality Kim Kardashian. 

The 24-year-old model from Sao Paulo, Brazil has undergone more than 10 procedures, 9 of which were performed within a span of 24 hours. 

Despite doctors warnings, Jennifer is determined to get butt implants so she can have a bigger derriere.

Some girls love shopping, buying stuff like bags and shoes, but me I love to go to the doctors for a surgery or procedure, it makes everything perfect,” she said. 

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It was Jennifer’s late boyfriend’s dream to see her become a human barbie doll. Celso Santebanes, who was known as human Ken doll always wanted Jennifer to look like a curvy barbie doll. 

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Jennifer had her first surgery to get bigger breasts when she was only 17.

After Celso’s death in 2015, she started focusing on becoming a curvy barbie doll as a way to cope with grief. “When he died I was devastated, I never imagined something like that could happen while we were so young,” she said. 

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I found that plastic surgery took me out of depression, whenever I had something done I became so happy and everything became perfect.

In addition to two breast implants, cheek fillers, liposuction, lip fillers, butt and thigh injections, Jennifer has had four of her ribs removed to make her waist smaller. 

She has more surgeries lined up to have a butt like Kim Kardashian. 

While Jennifer has thousands of admirers, 115k on Instagram to be exact, there are also haters who have criticized her for changing herself.

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So many people in the world need to feel great and confident about themselves through surgery, I realised my dreams this way and don’t see why people view surgery in a bad way.” 

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