10 People Who Got Plastic Surgery To Look Like Famous People

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I am not against plastic surgery even though I personally would never do it. I know a lot of people who were really, deeply insecure about one thing and had it cosmetically changed. Their view of themselves, their confidence, their self-esteem completely changed with it. So even though I believed they were absolutely perfect the way they were before that, I could see that they were much happier. We can pretend all we want that how we look doesn’t affect us but on some level it does and it’s different for everyone. If what we want is for everyone to be happy then there is a little bit of room of cosmetic surgery, even if we wouldn’t personally get it ourselves.

However, I do find it a bit odd when people get surgeries to look like somebody else. It’s strange to me that some people imagine that the best version of themselves is an entirely different person. We all could use a little tweaks (mostly on the inside) but to become fixated on a celebrity’s image is probably a sign of some larger issues. (Not to mention that plastic surgery addiction is real, as is body dysmorphia, which shouldn’t be taken lightly). Whatever the motivation for these people to look like Justin Bieber, Superman and Kate Winslet or whomever else, hopefully they learned something about themselves in the process.

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