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A 33 Year-Old Guy Spent An Outrageous Amount Of Money To Look Like Young Bieber

doing the full Bieber at 33

We have heard similar stories, but this one takes the cake: a grown man, we are talking about a 33 year-old man here, underwent extensive plastic surgery to look like Justin Bieber! And the bill of the operation? $100,000!! The worst part of it is that he looks more like some bewildered deer caught in the headlights than the Canadian star on this picture!

According to the Huffington Post, it took 5 years to Tony Sheldon to accomplish this transformation (although his starting look wasn’t too far away from the finished look according to the published pictures). So what was done for this amount of money? Botox injections, hair transplants, Aquamid injections in his forehead and temples and a very expensive smile surgery to make him smile just like the Biebs, how cute and creepy! If you look at the picture before/after below, it’s pretty amazing this guy has spent so much money for actually so little transformation, he went from a vague Matt Damon look to a girlie Biebs! and he explained where the money exactly went:

‘It took three transplants and a total of $21,000 to accurately lower my hair line, close off my temples and grow back my bangs,’ he says, add to this a $4.850 spent on eye surgery, and $30,000 on his lips to give this impression of permanent smile

He is 13-year-old Bieber not the present one, and also an unknown songwriter apparently, but the most disturbing thing is that he isn’t really a fan, he was just running after Bieber’s youth

‘By using Justin’s charming baby face as my inspiration, I’ve been able to restructure my entire look to maintain a much more youthful appearance through plastic surgery.’

‘I didn’t necessarily listen to his music or fawn over him as a celebrity, but his face was just so flawless every change I made was modeled after him.’

What a failed cloning experiment!


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