This chick had 13 plastic surgeries to try to look like Ivanka Trump

A woman had 13 plastic surgeries to look more like Ivanka Trump


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woman plastic surgeries ivanka trump© Provided by Business Insider Inc woman plastic surgeries ivanka trumpA recent episode of "Botched" featured a woman who's gone under the knife 13 times in order to look more like the first daughter.

The INSIDER Summary:

  • A woman named Tiffany appeared on an episode of "Botched" late last week.
  • She claims to have undergone 13 plastic surgeries in a single year to look more like Ivanka Trump.
  • Even the doctors on the show seemed stunned by her plastic surgery marathon.

A recent episode of "Botched" — E!'s TV series about plastic surgery gone wrong — featured a woman named Tiffany who's on an interesting quest. Over the course of a single year, she says, she's had 13 different plastic surgery procedures to help her look like Ivanka Trump, E! News reports.

"I was so pretty before, but I'm just more elegant now," Tiffany told "Botched" hosts Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow, in a clip from the episode posted to YouTube,

 Both doctors are visibly stunned by Tiffany's efforts to transform her appearance. 

"I'm trying to figure out, why would you want to do that much of a transformation that quick?" Nassif asked. 

It seems that Tiffany also appeared on ABC's "Nightline" last year, as part of a feature on women seeking plastic surgery to emulate Ivanka Trump's look. (According to one doctor the show interviewed, it's actually a new trend.)

In that episode Tiffany told Nightline that she'd already had breast augmentation, a nose job, cheek injections, a "mini" eye lift, liposuction, and fat grafts added to her cheeks. 

The "Botched" hosts find out that Tiffany began getting plastic surgery about five months after her marriage ended. Dubrow suspects that the breakup might have something to do with her desire to rapidly change her looks.

But that might not be the case at all. And at the end of the day, Tiffany's body is hers to modify at her own risk — even if her choices seem a little ... extreme.