None of us is immune to the charm celebrities possess. However, some will be moderately starstruck, while others will go completely overboard. With that being said, this phenomenon brings us to an English teen, Jack Johnson, who managed to spend an enormous amount of money in order to make himself look more like his idol, David Beckham. Thinking this will open the gates into celebrity circles for him, he plans on spending even larger amounts of cash to achieve this major goal.
A Young Man from England Is so Desperately Obsessed with Beckham, He Was Ready to Undergo Drastic Measures
Jack Johnson Spent $26,000 on Plastic Surgery in Order to Make Himself Look More like Beckham
Guest Appearance on a Talk Show
He was invited to a popular show called "This Morning With Philip And Holly" and was asked a number of direct questions that most people would get confused or ashamed about.
The Big Question
The question that all of us have in our minds was asked out loud by the host Holly: "Do you ever worry that after doing all of this, spending all of this money and putting your health at risk, that maybe you should actually just work on you, and learn to love the person you really are?"
A Simple Answer
Unfazed by the question, the young Englishman answered shorlty, with great determination: "Not really, I’m happy looking like David Beckham."
All the Procedures
Johnson had numerous augmentations done to his face. He has had procedures on his chin, as well as his cheeks. He had an eyebrow lift, injected fillers into his lips and also improved his teeth with porcelain veneers.
The Perfect Tan Is a Must
Possibly one of the strangest things he subjected himself to are the tanning injections meant to change his skin complexion and make it as close to Beckham's tan as possible.
If you thought this was the end of Johnson's journey, you are quite wrong. He plans on investing around $40,000 on future procedures that are going to help him even more in achieving Beckham's perfect likeness.
You Be the Judge of Whether He Is on the Right Track!