Rodrigo Alves, aka, The Human Ken Doll, says, “There’s no such thing as being addicted to plastic surgery” while appearing on a segment of This Morning. Alves dismissed claims he’s gone too far with the extreme procedures… proudly declaring his “soul now matches his body.”
Alves, 33, earned the moniker of ‘Human Ken Doll’ on his expensive quest to achieve the perfect face and body while fending off comments that he’s gone too far with the extreme plastic surgery procedures.
Alves insisted during his appearance on Friday’s installment of This Morning that he was free to stop at any time – even though he has no plans to. The surgery-loving star, 33, has just undergone his 50th surgery on his face, spending the past few weeks recovering after an SMAS facelift as well as neck and eye lifts.
‘There’s no such thing as being addicted to plastic surgery’, he told concerned hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes. ‘It’s constant, it’s like getting an MOT on a car.’ Rodrigo said: ‘Most of us try and change ourselves somehow, I took it to a different level. I’m a different person, now my soul matches my body!’ ‘Plastic surgery made me the person I am today,’ he boldly claimed. ‘I want to be the best person I can with the help of plastic surgery.’ h/t dailymail
Quizzed about how he manages to fund so many expensive procedures, the star insisted he is paying out of his own pocket, using his inheritance. ‘My grandparents left me with property, I am very blessed, and I used to be a flight attendant and now I have two shows on TV, one here and one in the USA. This is how I pay for all this surgery’, he explained.
He said: ‘Now I look 19 years old. There is still some bruising and swelling but it feels tight, like I’ve had Botox all over. I am very happy with the results.