Man Who Spent More Than $180,000 To Look Like Kim Kardashian Wants A Third Nose Job
Whether you want to admit it or not, Kim Kardashian is one of the most influential social media figures of our time. For many people, she is a style and beauty icon, and they are ready to replicate her every look, sometimes quite literally.
Meet 25-year-old makeup artist from Birmingham who had more than 50 cosmetic procedures to look like the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, which cost him more than $180,000.
I adore her. She is the most amazing woman of all time.
It seems that Jordan's love for Kim has no boundaries, as the young man had two nose jobs, eyebrow tattoos, lip filler, jaw-line filler, non-surgical facelifts, laser hair removal, a full face of Botox, vampire treatment, and many more procedures to achieve his goal.
When he was asked if it bothers him when people comment on his, to put it mildly, unnatural look, he answers with confidence:
I laugh in the face of all those who say that I look 'plastic' and unnatural. Do they really think that I wanted to look natural? I'm satisfied with everything!
But now, he has a slight change of heart. Jordan recently appeared on This Morning where he told he no longer desires his lips to look fake. He changed his mind after his lips started leaking from having too much filler in them.
But despite his decision to cut back on lip fillers, Parke is planning another operation.
I'm going to have another nose job in October. ... I don’t know if I ever will be 100 percent happy with it.
When a This Morning host asked him if he regrets spending that much money on plastic surgeries, saying that he could have had Aston Martin for that sum, he replied:
What's the point of an ugly face getting out of an Aston Martin. I'd rather have a good looking face and be getting out of a banger.
Jordan also appeared on the US series Botched, where he said:
Some of us love looking fake, and some people love looking natural. Let the fake people be fake.
What do you think about his drastic transformation? Should we let fake people be fake?