Extreme cases of plastic surgery revealed on new TV show
From a human Ken doll to the mother with L-cup breasts, a new show looks at some unique cases of plastic surgery.
Justin Jedlica, one of the stars of '20/20 Going to Extremes,' refers to himself as a human Ken doll, and has spent 100,000 dollars on more than 90 surgeries over the past decade.
Instead of going to the gym, the 32-year-old man from New York, uses plastic surgery as a quick fix, and his sculpted physique is the result of numerous silicone implants.
Describing working out as "not exciting, glamorous, or fabulous," he shaped his upper chest and arm areas using bicep, tricep pectoral implants.
His obsession with the surgery started after he got a nose job in his mid-20s.
Jedlica has since had four more, each one "not as extreme and exaggerated as I wanted."
"I'm closer to... the picture that I have in my head," he said.
Asked if he's worried his body won't be able to withstand further surgery, he said that he understands the risks and is "willing to take those on."
Mother-of-six Lacey Wildd also stars in the upcoming documentary.
Wildd, who has had 12 operations to give her L-cup breasts, said that she will not stop having surgery until she has the biggest in the world.
The 44-year-old, whose real name is Paula Simonds, is based in Hollywood and currently has the seventh biggest breasts in the world, that together weigh 21 pounds.
She also has had two tummy tucks, four full body liposuctions, abs sculpting, bottom implants and two bottom lifts.
"I think I look okay. I'm trying to look like a certain type, like almost like a Barbie type," she said.
Earlier this year, she said that she was considering more surgery, to take her from triple-L cups to triple-M, to become "the number-one booked breast star," however, she remains an L-cup.