We’ve seen plenty of Michael Jackson impersonators over the years but this one might just take the cake.

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A 22-year-old Argentinian man from Buenos Aires has apparently spend around RM125,000 (£23,000) on 11 plastic surgeries and several other cosmetic procedures to look like the legendary King of Pop.

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The aforementioned fan, named Leo Blanco, has been obsessed with Michael Jackson ever since he was a child and wanted to look just like his music hero. According to reports, Blanco has been modifying himself from the age of 15!

11 surgeries later, Blanco still isn’t satisfied and has even made plans to go under the needle again in the near future. The teen still thinks that his chin needs to be “more masculine”. “Once you start with the surgeries, there’s no limit. It’s impossible to have just one or two surgeries done, you want more and more,” he told The Mirror.

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I’d like to have my eyebrows a bit more lifted up, this could be done by getting injections. I’d like to get a facelift, although all the surgeons refuse to do it because they say I’m not old enough,” the MJ fan was quoted as saying.

So what does his parents think of his transformation? “It’s a constant fight between what my parents want, what I want and what the surgeons are willing to do,” Blanco admitted.

His mum doesn’t really approve of his obsession over plastic surgeries. “I approve of him being a fan of Michael Jackson and impersonating him, but the plastic surgeries? I am worried because he talks about surgeries so calmly, as if he was going to a hairdresser, but I fear that he is going to die in one of the surgeries,” she shared.

Do you think he got his money’s worth?

Sources: Daily Mail, LadBible.

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