A Ukrainian model named Valeria Lukyanova, who truly looks like a Barbie doll that just stepped out of a Mattel box, recently sat down with V Magazine for a rather interesting interview.
The 21-year-old “Human Barbie” has become quite the internet sensation after her many plastic surgery procedures to transform herself into a living doll.
The striking but unnatural beauty sat down for a photo-shoot and interview for V magazine’s Girl Power and proves she is just as creepy on the inside as she is on the outside.
Valeria was asked if she’d modified her disproportionate body with plastic surgery and denied it, insisting she’s been “endowed by nature with extraordinary external data.” Ummm…well ok then!
The “Human Barbie” doll opened up about her “normal” day, saying, “In the morning I work on my face and I get a massage, then I spend some time on the Internet.”
Well, that sounds like a fairly average day until she starts getting a little out there. Valeria then adds, “I meditate and travel in my astral body, and after that I work out at the gym. I go for a walk with my best girlfriend, I get home, and I make dinner for the man I love. Then I spend some more time on the Internet, do some reading and meditating, and go to bed.”
Valeria Lukyanova, who also uses the spiritual name Amatue, tells V magazine that her real job is as a teacher at a school of Out-Of-Body Travel, where instructors show students how to leave their physical body to travel in their spiritual body to anywhere in the universe.
The “Human Barbie” adds, “I know that this is the future of mankind.”
Many fans thought Lukyanova’s doll-like looks were created by Photoshop, but she said she’s a real person and not to believe the nasty rumors.
A woman that truly had the measurements of the Mattel Barbie would be around be 5’9″, 100 pounds, have 38DD boobs, and an 18″ waist. This chick gets pretty damn close!
The “Human Barbie” adds, “Many people say bad things about people who want to perfect themselves. It’s hard work, but they dismiss it as something done by surgeons or computer artists. This is how they justify not wanting to strive for self-improvement. It’s how they explain their continued inaction. It’s just an excuse.
“There are plenty of video clips on the Internet showing what I really look like. Some people even spread rumors about me and retouch my pictures to hurt me. But I don’t take them seriously. I’m even flattered! It’s what success is like. I’m happy I seem unreal to them, it means I’m doing a good job.”
The living doll trend has become big in recent years, with one woman named Sarah Burke splashing out around half a million to look like Barbie.
Images: news/V Magazine