Bisexual reality TV star to undergo seven surgeries to look like her ‘favourite anime doll’
Bisexual reality star Frenchy Morgan has announced her intention to undergo seven aesthetic surgeries to “look like an anime doll”.
With her puckered lips and penchant for pink clothing, the Celebrity Big Brother star explained how she’s obsessed with K-Pop, anime and Japanese manga.
In a documentary for Barcroft TV called Hooked on the Look, she explained how she’s done with people thinking her 34E breaths are “natural”.
Reality TV star Frenchy Morgan and partner both undergoing surgery.
“I want to look like a fantasy anime doll with a super power,” Morgan said, whose Instagram is dotted with side-by-side comparisons with her and anime characters.
“I’m on my quest to get a transformation to look like my favourite anime doll.
“She’s tall and slim and beautiful and she has really, really, really big boobs.”
With two more surgeries scheduled for her body, she’s plans to shrink her waist and augment her butt.
She hopes to have, at the very least, five surgeries on her face: a fat graft to her cheeks, facelift, rhinoplasty, lip lift and an eye lift.
Morgan estimates that the procedures will ring up to around $100,000.
Her boyfriend fully supports her, with Oli London being a K-pop and BTS superfan himself.
Mirroring his partner, London has similarly undergone plastic surgeries to look like BTS singer Park Ji-min.
The pair are planning to jet to Tokyo, Japan, and then Seoul, South Korea, in April to complete their lap of treatments as well as explore the anime world.
— Frenchy Morgan (@CBBFrenchy) January 16, 2020
Morgan’s announcement comes just weeks after ‘Human Ken Doll’ Roddy Alves came out as trans.
The fellow Celebrity Big Brother star explained how she always “felt like a Barbie” rather than a Ken doll.
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“For years I tried to live my life as a man. I had a fake six pack put in, I had fake muscles in my arms but I was lying to myself.
“I’m a woman and have always had a feminine brain. Now my body matches my mind.”
Not all trans people choose to have surgery, or have varying amounts of surgical intervention, but after already having had more than 70 cosmetic procedures, it is no surprise that surgery will be a part of Alves’ transition.