This Girl With A 32E Bra Size Claims To Be The New ‘Human Barbie’ And Hasn’t Had ANY Plastic Surgery


Now when I say that Angelica Kenova hasn’t had ANY plastic surgery, I mean “hasn’t had ANY plastic surgery.” See the quotation marks? That’s because I call bullshit. The 26-year-old “new human Barbie” is from Russia just like Valeria Lukyanova, but unlike Valeria she claims that her looks are all due to a strict regimen bestowed upon her by her hyper-controlling parents, who have reportedly been “honing her drastic look all her life – dictating her diet and exercise program so she can maintain her miniature six-stone (84 lb.) frame.”

‘Growing up, my parents raised me like a princess and never let me go out, date boys or have the usual adult experiences,’ Angelica says. ‘As a result, I am not fit for real life – I’m like a living doll.’(via)

So…you’re a hermit. Like Sloth from The Goonies:

Then again I don’t recall Sloth being able to communicate in any way that didn’t involve angry grunts and drool…so that basically makes them twins minus the deformit- oh wait. Speaking of deformities, did I mention that Angelica denies having any plastic surgery? That’s a rhetorical question because I know I did. Here’s some super-duper-special-awesome details on her lie!

Angelica maintains that her walking-talking doll looks were achieved without plastic surgery and has amassed thousands of fans on social media. She boasts the same unrealistic body proportions and wide-eyed features as a Barbie, with a tiny 20-inch waist and a 32E bra size. ‘I have never had plastic surgery,’ she insists. ‘Cosmetic work is only necessary when an individual has serious faults with their face or body.’(via)


Unfortunately for Angelica, cosmetic work cannot fix serious faults with your brain, which judging from the following statement:

Yet bizarrely, the diminutive blonde – who claims to be a child psychologist and a ballet dancer as well as a model – regularly poses for half-naked photos, which her parents approve of.(via)

both she and her parents clearly have.

Yet for some reason Angelica seems perfectly okay living at home forever and ever and basically being a complete shut-in. She tells Daily Mail that “My parents have kept me in a glass palace all my life but one day hopefully, I will be able to break free. It is never too late to start an independent life.”

Someone’s in for a rude wake-up call.

[H/T Daily Mail]