A man has spent about $100,000 in plastic surgeries to look more like Justin Bieber. The 33-year-old fan, Toby Sheldon, is a songwriter who lives in Los Angeles. He has done several procedures such as hair transplants, face fillers, a chin reduction and eyelid surgery so that he looks more like the 19-year-old pop star.
"Once Justin shot to fame his face was everywhere and all I kept thinking when I saw his picture was, 'I want to look like him,' " Sheldon said, as quoted by U.K.'s tabloid Closer. Sheldon went to a surgeon and did some procedures to his hair to copy Bieber's looks. "It took three transplants and a total of $21,000 to accurately lower my hair line, close off my temples and grow back my bangs," Sheldon explained.
Sheldon, who admitted that he had phobia of aging, added, "By using Justin's charming baby face as my inspiration, I've been able to restructure my entire look to maintain a much more youthful appearance through plastic surgery. I didn't necessarily listen to his music or fawn over him as a celebrity, but his face was just so flawless every change I made was modeled after him."
Following $21,000-worth of hair procedure, he underwent other procedures to his lips and face. He recently underwent a three-part smile surgery which cost about $30,000. "The more I started studying Justin and young people in general it's really their smile that gives them their youthful glow. If you look closely, you'll notice that when younger people just barely have their mouths open they naturally show their top teeth, giving them a sort of natural and effortless smile," Sheldon explained.
"Between our similar hairstyles, baby faced smile and overall youthful appearance I finally look like Justin Bieber and I couldn't be happier about it," Sheldon said, adding that he needed to undergo more procedures if he wanted to look more similar to the singer. "I know there is more work to be done in order to make a full transformation into Justin Bieber's doppelganger like a nose job and jaw reduction, which my surgeon has suggested," he continued.