Jessica Alba has been left distressed by reports that cosmetic surgeons in China have offered to perform numerous free procedures on a girl desperate to look like the actress.
A 21 year old, known only as Xiaoqing, is allegedly willing to transform her looks to try and win back her former boyfriend, whose favourite actress is Alba.
The 28 year old man's obsession with the Fantastic Four star went so far, he adorned his home with snaps of her and insisted his girlfriend don blonde wigs to look more like the actress.
A Chinese woman is seeking extensive plastic surgery to look like U.S. actress Jessica Alba, mainly because she hopes to win back her boyfriend who she said always wished she looked more like the Hollywood star.
The 21-year-old, who would only give her name as Xiaoqing, said she was devastated after she broke up with her lover, an ardent fan of the actress who has starred in hit movies such as "Fantastic Four" and "Into the Blue."
Hollywood actress Sharon Stone has defended her youthful looks, insisting she's resisted the temptation to turn back the years with cosmetic surgery. The 51 year old puts her smooth, line-free skin down to a combination of exercise and good genes - but she's not ruling out a little help from the surgeon's knife in later years.
At just 23 years old, The Hills star Heidi Montag decided to go under the knife for a second time and have a staggering 10 plastic-surgery procedures in one day.
"For the past three years, I've thought about what to have done," the reality star tells PEOPLE. "I'm beyond obsessed."
And so, on Nov. 20, Montag's total transformation began. Keeping even her family in the dark, the starlet chronicled every painful moment of recovery and her journey to become "the best me."
Sigourney Weaver is a sci-film legend after starring in James Cameron’s Alien film series. Back then, the sexy brunette was in her 30s. Now she’s in her 60s, still making money for Cameron, but claiming it’s without plastic surgery.
60-year old Siguourney Weaver has never admitted to having plastic surgery and judging by the lines creeping up her face at the Avatar premiere, she’s telling the truth.
In 2007, Sigourney told People magazine, “It’s not for me. It’s more interesting to learn how to get strong, and be strong.”