JESSICA Alves, formerly known as Human Ken Doll, looks unrecognizable after undergoing her latest round of cosmetic surgery.
Alves, 38, has spent £800,000 over the years on 78 surgeries to transform your appearance.
The media personality has now flown to Thailand and underwent a full facelift, head reduction surgery, and a voice change.
Previously, the former Celebrity Big Brother housemate has opened up about the struggle she faces with her voice as a trans woman, saying her “androgynous” tone left people confused.
Alves publicly came out as transgender in 2020 and underwent sex reassignment surgery at the beginning of last year.
She admitted that she turned down the job because her voice badly hit her confidence.
Just before undergoing the operation earlier this month, he videotaped himself in bed, captioning it “wish me luck!”
He also shared a close-up video of his hand with a drip attached as he rested before entering the operating room.
Talking with him online mail in April about her voice, she said, “My current voice is considered androgynous.
“It’s not a male voice but it’s not a female voice either which leaves people very confused on the phone as they don’t know if they’re talking to a man or a woman.
“It is very exhausting for me to always correct the pitch and tone of my voice when talking to people or when I am on a date, as I think my voice is the only thing that gives away that I am trans. woman.
“I’ve been turning down a lot of job offers for TV roles where I have to do a lot of talking because I don’t like my voice and it plays on my confidence a lot.
“Currently, most of the TV shows I do are in Brazil, Germany and Italy and those are long-term contracts that I have to fulfill even though I hate my voice and I don’t want to talk much.
“Getting voice feminization surgery will give me a lot more confidence to do more TV shows.”
Alves will remain in Thailand for a month after the operation to recover and will undergo voice therapy to adjust his speech.
She has previously stated her desire to undergo a uterus transplant in order to become pregnant, although the procedure has never been performed on a transgender woman.
Alves hopes to undergo the surgery as she is desperate to have a child.
She said Closer magazine last year: “Even if it cost a million pounds to own one, I’d find a way to do it. I would love to have a baby that has my own genes and blood, and I have my sperm frozen so I can use it for IVF.
“All I wanted was to be a woman and having gender reassignment surgery was the happiest day of my life. But having a womb would be even better: I would feel complete if I could give birth.
“I would love to have a litter of children. It would make me so happy if they called me ‘mom.’”
Alves began transforming her body when she was 17 years old and was previously known as the ‘human Ken doll’.
The Brazilian star, who lives in London, rose to fame on reality shows about plastic surgery addicts and appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2018.
After her gender reassignment surgery, she told The Sun at the time that she was expecting someone who had “real chemistry withAnd he doesn’t just want an adventure.
Jessica told The Sun: “It’s going to be a different experience, so I want it to be special.
“If I don’t find the right person I’ll still be a virgin, I won’t go to a bar to meet a guy and bring him home.
“I am not going to be with a man just because he is handsome, I have to feel safe and know that he understands that I am a virgin, so I have to handle myself carefully.
“I’m open about his looks, he doesn’t have to be the most handsome man in the world, or perfect, or Prince Charming.
“I just want a man who is masculine and confident, who treats me well, loves my body, who wants to make love to me and touch me.
“I want someone who will hold my hand on the street, introduce me to their family and have a family with me at some point in the future.”
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