Girl With 28H Bust Spends $500,000 On Plastic Surgery To Look Like Barbie, Is Now More Orange Than Donald Trump

42-year-old Nannette Hammond must be legally blind, because otherwise I can’t think of a single reason that any human with 20/20 vision would shell out almost $500,000 to look like a human Barbie doll. Yes yes yes, I know we’ve had human Barbie dolls in the past – but at least those ones don’t look like trash. Alien-esque and strange, sure, but do they look like Chris Christie farted out an orange cheese-wiz cheesesteak and named it Nannette?

Nah…or at least not as much.

According to News Dog Media’s Pesala Bandara, Nannette’s morbid fascination with becoming a Barbie doll began when she was only a teenager, right when she started paying for Botox, fake tans, hair dye, lip fillers and fake boobs:

She says: “I loved playing with those Barbies. Growing up, I felt shy and self-conscious about my looks and wanted to be just like the dolls.

“I imagined they’d always be happy and I felt drab in comparison. I didn’t like my hair colour and as a teen, I really wanted bigger breasts.

“I always knew I wanted a boob job as soon as I could. I started going on sunbeds when I was 16 to get Barbie’s honey colouring.”

And when she was 21, Nannette began her transformation, having a £2,250 boob job taking her from a B-cup to a C, paid for with a credit card.She also began dying her hair and went on to have a second boob job when she was 24, going up to a DD, costing £7,000.

Nannette became so obsessed with plastic surgery that she started working as a nurse for a cosmetic surgeon.And from the age of 27, she started getting regular Botox and collagen filler injections in her lips.

Money well spent when you come out looking like this:

Nannette now sports a 28H bust along with veneers, which reportedly cost around $54,000. Unconcerned with the fact that she is slowly turning into a baked swamp creature, she says that“I’m going to keep looking like a Barbie right until I’m 70, or probably longer!” That’s assuming she lives that long and doesn’t die of skin cancer from all the fake tanning she’s doing, of course.

Due to her dramatic figure and tiny waist, Nannette can spend over £200 a month on getting her Barbie style clothes customized by a seamstress.

Nannette’s husband, David, also treated her to three customized Barbie cars – including a pink Porsche – at a cost of £175,000.

Nannette has also three huge, walk-in wardrobes in their family home and calls them her “Barbie playroom”.

David says he’s happy to fund his wife’s plastic surgery addiction: “I like Nannette’s look and I’m always happy to support her. She’s a wonderful mother and a great wife.

Right about now you may be wondering how Nannette deals with people saying shitty things about her in public. Frankly, I haven’t been that kind to her in this post — however Nannette uses any negativity cast her way as a learning tool for her children, an approach that actually seems like it would be fairly effective:

“I know my photos are a tad bit risqué but I think they’re all tasteful. I’m aware that people gossip about my appearance and my photos. But I don’t care what the other parents says, they can think what they want and say what they want. I’ve got negative attention for my look all my life so it doesn’t phase me.”

“But sometimes, my kids do get upset when people point at me or make mean comments about my appearance. It does make me sad to see my children like this but I tell them not to worry. I’ve taught my kids that whatever cruel things people say, you should always be yourself and treat others kindly.”

All that matters is that she’s happy, right? As long as she’s aware that people are gawking at her as she walks down the street and then turns it around as a lesson to her kids, who cares? Self-awareness will always trump ignorance’s supposed “bliss”:

[H/T News Dog Media]