happyworld - These Identical Twins Spent $20K To Look Like Brad Pitt. Did They Succeed?

    Brad Pitt may be in his 50s, but he’s still very much the public ideal of what a man should look like. You might agree or disagree with that conclusion, but some people certainly still believe it. If you’re looking for an example of such a person, we’ve got two of them. They’re twins, and they were so infatuated with Brad Pitt’s appearance that they went to extreme, expensive, and some would say reckless lengths to resemble the Hollywood A-lister. See their transformation and the finished product below.

    This is a photo of Matt and Mike Schlepp from Arizona. The twin brothers were documented on MTV’s “I Want a Famous Face” as they spent $20,000 and multiple surgeries to look like the Hollywood icon. Sound kind of twisted? Just wait until you see the finished product. I mean, have you ever heard of this type of pursuit, as frighteningly common as they are, ever really working out? Most of the time it’s a HUGE step backward.

    As is so often the case, the guys went down this expensive and painful path because they thought it would help them pick up women. Maybe, maybe not, but there are certainly other measures that can be taken that don’t involve mangling your face to look like an actor’s, right?

    Unfortunately for Bradd and his ex-wife Angelina Jolie, they’re often held up as “ideal” body types and faces for those seeking beauty wherever they can find it. You can judge for yourself if the Schlepp brothers’ transition was a success, but in the case of an Iranian girl who wanted to look like Ms. Jolie, it certainly wasn’t.

    Here they are after most of their transformation. All I see is some really straightened and colored hair that makes them look like they should sing for the Goo Goo Dolls, but maybe I’m missing something. Together, they underwent a nose job, cheek, jaw, and chin implants, Hollywood smile, 41 veneers on their teeth, and a lot of pain. So…do they look like Brad?

    How about now? Nah, not really in my opinion. They just look…fake.

    Club clothes don’t really help their cause, either. But before you say, “Sorry fellas,” know that THEY are happy with the results. Mike says, “I never knew that I could be as happy as I am right now. I feel on top of the world by the few tweaks that I went through. Go through with the surgery now because you don’t want to go through life always feeling down with the way that you look.”

    As for that Iranian girl who sought out to look like Angelina Jolie…here she is “before.”

    Here’s a mid-way point in her transformation that led to the VERY troubling finished product. It’s clear that things have already derailed, but sadly they get much, much worse as she progresses.

    Here you go. She looks barely human, and it’s as tragic as it is bizarre. Just be yourselves, kids. Going down the road of looking like a specific celeb will just lead to trouble. Chances are, you’re not going to look like them, and the end result may make you happy, but at the expense of your dignity in the eyes of others. Further, plastic surgery is no joke, so don’t risk your health to fulfill a dream as hollow as these boys’ are.

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