"Human Barbie" Swears She Hasn't Had Plastic Surgery

Have you ever wanted to look like one of the dolls you played with growing up? This one woman has.

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Do you remember being a little girl? And spending all your time playing with your dolls and dressing them up

And making up little scenarios about their lives, and if any of them were to have a dinner party, who they wouldn't invite, and all the drama that would ensue?

Maybe not the "Real Housewives" part of playing with dolls, but we all loved the aspect of dressing up this beautifully proportionate little figure who couldn't say anything against what we were doing.


Some part of us always wanted to look like them, with their waist tinier than our thumbs and their long, flowing locks. And, one woman even went as far as to look like a doll.

Meet the human Barbie who swears she hasn't had plastic surgery

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There's been a lot of controversy surrounding Angelica Kenova, who is gaining popularity as the "all-natural" human Barbie. Angelica attributes her small waist, which comes in at just 20 inches and 32E bra size, to her strict parents.

Angelica's parents have raised her like a doll ever since she was a kid.


She says, "Growing up, my parents raised me like a princess and never let me go out, date boys, or have the usual adult experiences. As a result, I am not fit for real life — I'm like a living doll."

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Apparently, she's never been in a relationship before because her parents won't allow it, and has to follow a rigorous exercise routine that includes working with a personal trainer for about two to three hours, five times a week. This includes cardio, weight training, and jogging.

She went on to deny that she has had surgery done, saying, "'I have never had plastic surgery [because] cosmetic work is only necessary when an individual has serious faults with their face or body."


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Everyone is focusing on her tiny size but what we're more concerned about is the fact that her parents essentially forced her into this lifestyle since birth. What does it say about a parent who would prefer to treat their child as a plastic doll?


When she isn't researching the latest viral news, lifestyle, and relationship studies, binge-watching YouTube videos (for science!), or creating vision boards on the hottest beauty and fashion trends on Pinterest, she's nerding out over her comic books and all things Sherlock Holmes. Women can look like a doll and also be smart!

I wonder if she comes with her own purse that magically matches every outfit she owns, and a dog that can bark, but only with AAA batteries that your mom doesn't have at 8 pm at night. That might just be something reserved for actual dolls.

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Cassandra Rose is a freelance writer and an editor with a focus on entertainment and trending topics. Her bylines have appeared in Huffington Post, AskMen, and Thought Catalog.