Iranian Teen Sahar Tabar Underwent 50 Surgeries to Look Like Angelina Jolie

Iranian Teen Sahar Tabar Underwent 50 Surgeries to Look Like Angelina Jolie

Tabar's been heavily criticized online for her transformation since her story has gone viral, with social media users taking to Instagram to dub her the "Corpse Bride".

An Iranian teenager who desperately wanted to look like her muse, Angelina Jolie, reportedly underwent 50 different surgical procedures and lost 90 pounds in four months.

The real Angelina Jolie has not commended her endeavour- and is unlikely to do so; she has spoken in the past of her own struggles with eating disorders. She also wears a contact lens to complete her look the American actress. The girl followed a strict diet to maintain her weight at 40 kgs and still follows it.

Judging by the photos posted to her Instagram, where the 19-year-old posts selfies of her drastic new look, Tabar has undergone lip injections, cheek implants and a nose job.

19 Year Old Girl Undergoes 50 Surgeries In A Bid To Look Like Angelina Jolie
To Look Like Angelina Joline, Iranian Girl Undergoes Devastating Surgeries

While some have expressed concern about her appearance, others speculate Sahar might be using Photoshop or prosthetics to achieve her look.

That said, while many of Tabar's 345K Instagram followers (and rising) are in awe (and you?), not all feedback is positive, with some likening the Iranian Angelina Jolie to a 'zombie' or a 'corpse'.

Unfortunately for Sahar, the trolls of the internet say that she looks more like a zombie than her fave actress. Which means, depending on her height, she's most likely risky underweight. We must note, however, that some people aren't too sure if Sahar really went through with plastic surgery.

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