After '50 surgeries' Angelina Jolie lookalike terrifies internet

After '50 surgeries' Angelina Jolie lookalike terrifies internet

An Iranian teenager has gone viral on social media after going under the knife 50 times to look like Hollywood star Angelina Jolie.

And not all of the feedback from her 318,000 Instagram followers is positive, with some likening her to a "zombie" or a "corpse".

The number of surgeries hasn't actually been confirmed, the Sun reports, so it's possible - if unlikely - that her peculiar looks have been rendered by make-up or even prosthetics, rather than a plastic surgeon's scalpel.

Social media users have pointed out that now she looks more like "Corpse Bride" from Tim Burton's movie rather than look like that Hollywood actress. Why though isn't particularly extolled on.

Sahar posted pictures of her shocking transformation on Instagram and surprisingly, her pictures made her followers increase over 3,25,000 with each passing minute.

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But not all of them have been kind about her extreme look.

The 19-year-old from Tehran underwent 50 surgeries in the space of just a few months, according to Belgian website Sud Info. So much for crash diets.

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.

Both her nose and cheekbones appear to be in different places in several snaps while her lips also appear to be different sizes in several pictures.

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