Teenager claims she has had 50 surgeries to look like Angelina Jolie

Teenager claims she has had 50 surgeries to look like Angelina Jolie

Teenager claims she has had 50 surgeries to look like Angelina Jolie

A 19-year-old woman from Iran has reportedly underwent a whopping 50 plastic surgeries in a bid to look like her idol, Angelina Jolie.

According to Belgian website Sud Info, Sahar has had dozens of procedures in the space of just a few months to look like Angelina - and her snaps certainly reveal Angelina-esque razor-sharp cheekbones and famously plump pout, albeit much more extreme versions.

According to Belgian media and reported by the Daily Mail, the teen claims her goal is to look like the Hollywood star, and it's seen her lose almost 40 kilograms in the process.

Some comments on her posts include: "Is her face or just make up?", "Is this actually real?", and more. People have reacted to her obsession by calling her zombie and corpse. Random users have been uploading her "before" pics since her transformation went viral.

The girl took it very literally to look like her celebrity god Angelina Jolie. One follower named Timon6666 said: "U were pretty - now u r looking Like Zombi".

Sahar Tabar
Sahar Tabar

The teen, who describes herself as a "strong sister", has amassed more than 310,000 followers on social media.

While Yvonne_rolandson said: "But why would anyone do this to themself?"

Sahar has selfies where she looks slightly different, causing some to speculate it's Photoshop.

Some claim Sahar is using make-up to achieve her appearance.

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