Human Ken Doll Reveals What He Used to Look Like Before Having 70 Surgeries

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Rodrigo Alves, known more commonly as “The Human Ken Doll, has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to complete over 70 surgeries — all before the age of 36.

The Brazillian native was always unhappy and uncomfortable in his own skin and is convinced that he was born in the wrong body. For the first time, Rodrigo has decided to share pictures of his past and what he looked like prior to going under the knife, over 70 times.

Alves surgeries have become an obsession, a strong desire to turn himself into a plastic looking Ken doll or Disney Prince.

He explained, “I have always been a very creative person, I grew up watching Disney movies and I wanted to look like a prince when I was a child.”

And from this vision, the Human Ken Doll was born.

His unique look has garnered Alves international fame.

Alves’ caused controversy when he starred in the British reality show, Celebrity Big Brother, for using racial slurs towards other housemates.

Though Rodrigo went on to defend his 9-day stint on the show, claiming that he had struggled with not having access to his mobile phone or friends and family.

Alves had his first surgery at age 17, was diagnosed with gynecomastia, the growth of male breast and chest tissue.

But he knew, after that surgery — that he wanted more work done.

“I had an operation to remove the excess tissue. I knew then that plastic surgery was available, but I was far too young for having all that I wanted doing which was to reinvent myself.”

At one point, when Alves was 34, he vowed to stop having procedures done his body after a rib removal surgery caused major health issues. However, the surgeries keep happening.

Alves pretty much got his dream body, overnight. With a little surgery and for $27k — Alves got six pack abs.

Alves admits that he was the product of extreme bullying as a child and teenager.

He was picked on tirelessly by his peers, who mocked his “boobs” and pelted him with jibes about his weight and figure. On top of all of that, he was targeted for his “big nose” and was subsequently nicknamed “potato nose” and “jelly belly.”

“I do not like to focus on the past because it makes me upset,” he said, speaking on the British TV show, Loose Women, last August. He also claimed that he had been “pushed down the stairs and had my face pushed against the wall.”

“Growing up I felt alone as nobody wanted to be friends with me. Because of my body image and the fact that I was shy, I avoided social situations.”

Alves was eventually diagnosed with Body Dysmorphic Disorder, an anxiety disorder that causes a person to have a distorted view of how they look and worry obsessively about their appearance.

But what did Alves look like before?