Justin Bieber fan spends $100,000 on plastic surgery to look like the pop idol
Toby Sheldon, a 33-year-old aspiring singer from Los Angeles, wanted to resemble Justin Bieber so much that he spent upwards of $100,000 and five years of plastic surgeries to transform into the pop idol.
The costly transformation took several procedures, including hair transplants and Botox injections, reports The Business Insider. Sheldon most recently underwent what's called a smile surgery, where doctors extended his mouth to give him that youthful Bieber look.
"My smile surgery took more than a month to recover from," Sheldon told the British tabloid Closer. "And, after my eyelid surgery, I couldn't open my eyes for a week."
Sheldon said the $15,000 smile surgery was worth every penny and was the icing on the cake for his transformation. "My friends shower me with compliments," he added. "They even call me Toby Bieber."
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