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(New York Daily News)   Jennifer Lawrence fan spends $25,000 on plastic surgery to look like a pale Khloe Kardashian   (nydailynews.com ) divider line 55
    More: Dumbass, American Hustle, Jennifer Lawrence, hustle, Shailene Woodley, Angelina Jolie, lookalike, Scarlett Johansson, Megan Fox  
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2014-03-31 12:06:44 AM  
Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.
 
2014-03-31 02:18:03 AM  
I found her surgeon:
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-31 03:15:59 AM  
this story is a great demonstration of everything that is wrong with the world today.
 
2014-03-31 03:21:40 AM  
It looks like that doctor did a whole lot of nothing to both of those women to make them look like their targets.

When he is comparing the Jennifer Lawrence girl to the cutout at the end, he's pointing out all of the features on the woman that match and which are 'prettier' than Jennifer's face. There was an awful lot of 'Well, your chin is prettier, your cheekbones are prettier' - translated to 'We didnt do jack to make you look closer, but we did cut some parts and shove things in different spots. Payment please'
 
2014-03-31 03:42:22 AM  
She looked nothing like her before, and looks nothing like her after, but doc got a nice down payment on a new 'Vette.

/Jennifer Lawrence is yummy.
 
2014-03-31 03:50:02 AM  
She can't be too big a fan, cause almost every other quote I hear from that actress is something about self-acceptance.
 
2014-03-31 04:04:48 AM  

Cozret: She can't be too big a fan, cause almost every other quote I hear from that actress is something about self-acceptance.


Self acceptance is all good when you are a 20 something beautiful, hyper-successful multimillionaire.
 
2014-03-31 05:36:50 AM  
Holy crap, I skimmed that headline and thought all goodness had left the world. Anyone who touches that girl with a scalpel or syringe is going to hell.
 
2014-03-31 05:46:34 AM  
And don't forget about the one "who looks like Michelle Rodriguez"! She actually looks more like Alex Rodriguez, if you ask me.

25k on plastic surgery to "look more like" someone you supposedly already resemble. If she'd really wanted to look more like Jennifer Lawrence, she could have just lost 10 pounds. So much for her kid's college fund, or her own retirement fund....
 
2014-03-31 05:53:07 AM  

fusillade762: Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.


www.thegoodsurgeonguide.co.uk
 
2014-03-31 05:55:02 AM  
They do look similar....they have hair, noses, eyes, mouths, ears, etc....
 
2014-03-31 06:06:56 AM  

Harry_Seldon: Cozret: She can't be too big a fan, cause almost every other quote I hear from that actress is something about self-acceptance.

Self acceptance is all good when you are a 20 something beautiful, hyper-successful multimillionaire.


Anyone else remember Oprah Winfrey telling everyone to 'never worry about tomorrow - just live for today!' Easy to not worry about tomorrow when you have a billion dollars.
 
2014-03-31 06:40:38 AM  
Her kid is screwed.
 
2014-03-31 07:15:24 AM  
Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. No one should call this surgeon a "doctor".
 
2014-03-31 08:11:16 AM  
People like this need therapy not surgery.

Also, I have yet to see a single instance of this sort of thing where they end up looking like the person they are supposed to.
 
2014-03-31 08:17:59 AM  
No, that's not creepy at all. Not even a little.

/Yikes.
 
2014-03-31 08:36:10 AM  
Good way to get called out by JL in public for making an ass out out of herself. Jennifer doesn't like the idea of girls mimicking her for her star status. Try to approximate her success through hard work, and acting skills, and you may fall in to her good graces, if that is what you are after, sweety.
 
2014-03-31 08:39:34 AM  

AliceBToklasLives: fusillade762: Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.

[www.thegoodsurgeonguide.co.uk image 219x297]


img.fark.neti.cdn.turner.com
 
2014-03-31 08:45:16 AM  

hippyneil: People like this need therapy not surgery.

Also, I have yet to see a single instance of this sort of thing where they end up looking like the person they are supposed to.


I don't know... that one girl who was trying to look like a blow-up doll came pretty close.
 
2014-03-31 08:53:43 AM  
The money would be better spent on mental health care.
 
2014-03-31 08:55:27 AM  

miscreant: hippyneil: People like this need therapy not surgery.

Also, I have yet to see a single instance of this sort of thing where they end up looking like the person they are supposed to.

I don't know... that one girl who was trying to look like a blow-up doll came pretty close.


Wasn't that a dude trying to look like a blow up doll?
 
2014-03-31 09:09:51 AM  

Braggi: The money would be better spent on mental health care.


Or the charities they are always hounding us to give to
 
2014-03-31 09:25:21 AM  
I just got my eyes done -- upper/lower blepharoplasty, as I am 47 and got sick of that always-tired/droopy eye look. During my consultation with the cosmetic surgeon, my goal was highly realistic. Just try to redefine my original eye shape/restore clarity. He knew how to ask questions to discern whether or not I had realistic expectations.

I cannot imagine this particular surgeon who worked on me ever accepting a delusional patient like this.
 
2014-03-31 09:37:42 AM  

hippyneil: People like this need therapy not surgery.

Also, I have yet to see a single instance of this sort of thing where they end up looking like the person they are supposed to.


Trying to make a living breathing person look like a photoshopped/edited/brushed still from a magazine or other glamor shot is going to land you firmly in the uncanny valley most of the time.

You shove enough stuff around so that, with the swelling, you hope they kinda look right, but then you still get an unnatural face shape and stiffness etc.
 
2014-03-31 09:45:21 AM  
Is it just me or did she look more like her before the surgery?
 
2014-03-31 09:48:51 AM  
I missed the "fan" part on the first read-through.  Jesus, subby, capitalize that sort of thing
 
2014-03-31 09:50:29 AM  
Before the surgery, I would have told her to lose weight first if she really wanted to look more like Jennifer.

/'cause she's fat
//fatter than Jennifer anyways
 
2014-03-31 09:50:46 AM  
Fark, she does look like a white Khloe Kardashian.
 
2014-03-31 10:07:09 AM  

AliceBToklasLives: fusillade762: Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.

[www.thegoodsurgeonguide.co.uk image 219x297]


Is that . . . Barry Manilow?
 
2014-03-31 10:23:42 AM  

chewielouie: AliceBToklasLives: fusillade762: Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.

[www.thegoodsurgeonguide.co.uk image 219x297]

Is that . . . Barry Manilow?


He looks like .... I don't know what the fark he looks like.

Why do these people think whatever that is looks good?
 
2014-03-31 10:25:55 AM  

AeAe: chewielouie: AliceBToklasLives: fusillade762: Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.

[www.thegoodsurgeonguide.co.uk image 219x297]

Is that . . . Barry Manilow?

He looks like .... I don't know what the fark he looks like.

Why do these people think whatever that is looks good?


Looks like a Hillary Clinton lookin mofo
 
2014-03-31 10:27:10 AM  
Plastic surgery is not good at making people look like others people. It can improve one's own looks a bit. It's marvelous at removing scars. But if you want to look vastly different then you already look, you will end up looking non-human.
 
2014-03-31 10:30:18 AM  
Here she is talking to Jennifer's reflection in the mirror.
img1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-03-31 10:31:50 AM  

chewielouie: AliceBToklasLives: fusillade762: Not bad. Have to check back in 20 years, though.

[www.thegoodsurgeonguide.co.uk image 219x297]

Is that . . . Barry Manilow?


Yep.  I mean, somewhere underneath whatever the fark he had done is Mr. Manilow.
 
2014-03-31 10:36:34 AM  
 
2014-03-31 10:44:00 AM  

DeaH: Plastic surgery is not good at making people look like others people. It can improve one's own looks a bit. It's marvelous at removing scars. But if you want to look vastly different then you already look, you will end up looking non-human.


My dermatologist is really good with reconstructive surgery.
He does volunteer work in Haiti, fixing kids with harelips.
What he wants to do for me is expensive and not really needed.
I mean, I could be vain, get it done, look like I'm farking way younger.
But I don't have a harelip, so I'm good.
 
2014-03-31 10:58:11 AM  

vudukungfu: DeaH: Plastic surgery is not good at making people look like others people. It can improve one's own looks a bit. It's marvelous at removing scars. But if you want to look vastly different then you already look, you will end up looking non-human.

My dermatologist is really good with reconstructive surgery.
He does volunteer work in Haiti, fixing kids with harelips.
What he wants to do for me is expensive and not really needed.
I mean, I could be vain, get it done, look like I'm farking way younger.
But I don't have a harelip, so I'm good.


I had a scar removed. It was an excellent job. I have thought about getting a bit of a lift in a about ten or so years, but I do not want anything drastic. Drastic is almost always bad. (Unless we're talking about scars and birth defects like harelips. I have seen some amazing things done with accident victims, too.)
 
2014-03-31 11:20:38 AM  

unfarkingbelievable: I just got my eyes done -- upper/lower blepharoplasty, as I am 47 and got sick of that always-tired/droopy eye look. During my consultation with the cosmetic surgeon, my goal was highly realistic. Just try to redefine my original eye shape/restore clarity. He knew how to ask questions to discern whether or not I had realistic expectations.

I cannot imagine this particular surgeon who worked on me ever accepting a delusional patient like this.


My mom had something like that done a few years back. Her eyes were kinda sagging down and it was harder for them to stay open. I called her diva eyes for a while after that. It helped her see a lot better.
 
2014-03-31 11:33:16 AM  
dnrta, but why is this any different than telling your hairdresser you want the Rachel or the Clooney?
 
2014-03-31 11:34:08 AM  

hippyneil: People like this need therapy not surgery.

Also, I have yet to see a single instance of this sort of thing where they end up looking like the person they are supposed to.


What's ironic is that a lot of the same people who will agree with you on this also think that wanting to get transgender surgery is perfectly sane.

When did our reaction to "I feel I have the wrong body, I want to have this body" go from "You will never have that body, you need psychological help" to "Sure, why not? Start the cutting, Sawbones!" I'm not judging people who are mentally ill, I'm saying that carving up their bodies is not going to fix their underlying mental problems, whether they want to be Jennifer Lawrence or an entirely different gender.
 
2014-03-31 11:39:47 AM  

unfarkingbelievable: I just got my eyes done -- upper/lower blepharoplasty, as I am 47 and got sick of that always-tired/droopy eye look. During my consultation with the cosmetic surgeon, my goal was highly realistic. Just try to redefine my original eye shape/restore clarity. He knew how to ask questions to discern whether or not I had realistic expectations.

I cannot imagine this particular surgeon who worked on me ever accepting a delusional patient like this.


You should post a pic, so we can see how it came out.
 
2014-03-31 12:16:35 PM  

jeacock: dnrta, but why is this any different than telling your hairdresser you want the Rachel or the Clooney?


1. A hairstyle doesn't usually cost $25,000

2. Your hair grows back. The nose parts you sliced off don't.

3. Wanting to suffer surgery to "look like" someone isn't fashion; It's insanity.
 
2014-03-31 12:47:52 PM  

sandi_fish: unfarkingbelievable: I just got my eyes done -- upper/lower blepharoplasty, as I am 47 and got sick of that always-tired/droopy eye look. During my consultation with the cosmetic surgeon, my goal was highly realistic. Just try to redefine my original eye shape/restore clarity. He knew how to ask questions to discern whether or not I had realistic expectations.

I cannot imagine this particular surgeon who worked on me ever accepting a delusional patient like this.

You should post a pic, so we can see how it came out.


Not as beautiful as your eyes! Wow, girl, natural beauty.

I would like to eventually post a pic in my profile, but I have to learn how. :)
 
2014-03-31 01:37:13 PM  

B.L.Z. Bub: hippyneil: People like this need therapy not surgery.

Also, I have yet to see a single instance of this sort of thing where they end up looking like the person they are supposed to.

What's ironic is that a lot of the same people who will agree with you on this also think that wanting to get transgender surgery is perfectly sane.

When did our reaction to "I feel I have the wrong body, I want to have this body" go from "You will never have that body, you need psychological help" to "Sure, why not? Start the cutting, Sawbones!" I'm not judging people who are mentally ill, I'm saying that carving up their bodies is not going to fix their underlying mental problems, whether they want to be Jennifer Lawrence or an entirely different gender.


I think there is a difference between a person born in a male body feeling like they are actually male and person born in a male body feeling like a woman who looks exactly like Barbie or Jennifer Lawrence. In the case of transgender, it's more like a birth defect being corrected. I do, however, think that anyone going through a transgender body transition should undergo therapy for a number of reason that would be very different than wanting to be a celebrity look-alike.
 
2014-03-31 02:22:53 PM  
Nice
 
2014-03-31 02:23:15 PM  

DeaH: I do, however, think that anyone going through a transgender body transition should undergo therapy for a number of reason that would be very different than wanting to be a celebrity look-alike.


They already do.
 
2014-03-31 02:31:34 PM  

devilEther: AliceBToklasLives:

 [img.fark.net image 219x297][www.sandymartin.com image 300x320]


img.fark.net
Make yourself a dang quesadilla!
 
2014-03-31 03:19:47 PM  
How to look like Jennifer Lawrence in one easy step.

1) Be Jennifer Lawrence.
 
2014-03-31 05:23:12 PM  

anfrind: DeaH: I do, however, think that anyone going through a transgender body transition should undergo therapy for a number of reason that would be very different than wanting to be a celebrity look-alike.

They already do.


Yeah, this. I had one conversation with a psychiatrist who deals with trans patients and the really are gatekeepers. You can't just rock up to a surgeon and ask to have your dick lopped off. Yes, even those clinics in Thailand insist on paperwork from a practicing psychiatrist. A surgeon's medical insurance (anywhere in the world) wouldn't stand for anything less.
 
2014-03-31 06:23:22 PM  
white people all look alike to start with. $15 for hair dye, or 25K for nothing.
 
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