$100,000 in Plastic Surgery to Look Like Justin Bieber??????

Unbeliebable!!!!!!!!!

Toby Sheldon, a 33-year-old songwriter from Los Angeles has spent the past five years and $100,000 in an effort to look like teenaged pop idol Justin Bieber.  Sheldon used a picture of Bieber as the inspiration for numerous surgeries, including face fillers, hair transplants, a chin reduction and eyelid surgery.

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Sheldon’s creepy obsession with his appearance began when he started having treatments to prevent hair thinning at the age of 23,  but really took off when Bieber hit super stardom in 2008.

“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 says.

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Even after a total of $100,000 worth of plastic surgery to look like his idol, Toby says he still hasn’t achieved his dream look.  “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.”

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Although Sheldon’s similarity to his teen idol isn’t immediately obvious even after spending $100,000 worth of surgical  procedures, he says he does get mistaken for Bieber.  “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,” he says.

Would you pay any amount to look like your favorite celeb?

Dolce and Gabanna Seduces With Top Hollywood Stars

Photo courtesy of Dolce and Gabanna

Photo courtesy of Dolce and Gabanna

Scarlett Johansson and Matthew McConaughey dazzle in the new Dolce and Gabanna fragrances ad.  The beautiful campaign channels old Hollywood glamour and was officially released on Oct. 7.

The new advertising campaign for the women’s perfume, The One, and the men’s cologne, The One for Men, transports you into a world a luxary and leisure.. The old Hollywood theme is the creation of photographer, Peter Lindbergh.

Lindbergh is known for his black and white imagery and elected to create the romantic setting on a secluded beach on the outside of L.A.  He definitely did not disappoint.  The photographer decided to create a scene of “art imitating life” — Dolce & Gabbana said.  The ad shows both stars behind the scenes of a shoot with spotlights surrounding them — a complete opposite role than we are used to seeing both in.

The following trailer was also released Monday.  Enjoy!

Chloe Grace Moretz at the Carrie Premiere

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Stars of the new Carrie remake celebrated the new bloody take on the classic story by Stephen King at the premiere at the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood on Monday evening.

Chloe Grace Moretz (wearing Valentino) said rather than studying Sissy Spacek’s performance in the original film, she referred to King’s novel for preparation to portray the iconic Carrie. The film centers upon bullying, which Moretz feels is an issue that many teens, including herself, have experienced.

Photo by Matt Sayles

Photo by Matt Sayles

 

“I think that everyone has experienced bullying at some point in their lives, whether they’re just someone making you feel inadequate or making you feel not skinny enough, not pretty enough, or your hair’s not good enough,” says Moretz.

However, the film’s primary focus is the love turned feud between Carrie and her mother (Julianne Moore).  The mother-daughter bond was one of the most important factors director Kimberly Peirce wanted to show in her adaptation of the classic Stephen King novel.  If the trailer below is any indication she absolutely nailed it.

Carrie opens nationwide on October 18 and is sure to be one of 2013’s top Halloween hits!