Step aside, Barbie, Ken wants his recognition. Real-life human Justin Jedlica will not be stopped in his goal to become a real life Ken doll. In an exclusive report with RadarOnline, Jedlica has given exclusive details on his latest surgeries.
Ever since his appearance on “My Strange Addiction” and “The Doctors” Justin Jedlica has become a poster-boy for excessive plastic surgery. Jedlica proudly admitted to having well over 100 cosmetic procedures to achieve the look he craves. The nearly 35 year old has now tallied a whopping 145 procedures with a combined price tag of 168,000 dollars.
The latest bodily alternations and addition include bicep augmentations (he was not satisfied with his current implants), as well as three implants in each shoulder to acquire larger deltoids. Says Jedlica, these particular implants did not exist so he designed them himself. This has led to Jedlica creating his own plastic surgery consultation business.
“This is a very exciting time because not only am I creating new implants for myself, I am also in the process of finding the right distributor for my line of custom implants as there are limited options in the current marketplace which simply do not fit everyone,” Jedlica told Radar in his exclusive interview.
Additionally, Jedlica says, “The launch of my consultancy allows me share all that I have learned with others looking to have cosmetic and/or reconstructive procedures, but are confused or overwhelmed by the process.” The living Ken doll says he wants to help others achieve their visions of personal beauty as well.
Jedlica has been steadily collecting plastic surgery procedures for nearly two decades. He has his first nose at the age of 18 and has gone on to have “five rhinoplasties, a cranial drown bone shape and augmentations to his cheeks, lips, buttocks and chin to achieve his startling look.” It is all a matter of maintaining his vision for himself. “Over the years I’ve received so many emails and letters asking for advice that I am thrilled to have formalized a way to help those looking for guidance,” Jedlica said.