Kylie Jenner's fan tries imitating her pout, excessive fillers spill out of lips
The Kylie Jenner obsessive has reportedly spent £14,000 on fillers till date.
A Kylie Jenner stan, James Holt, recently had his lip fillers spill out during his quest to imitate her pout due to excessive artificial pumping despite warnings.
Holt, who describes himself as a "surgery addict" on Instagram, said, "I have had a few problems along the way where the fillers have come out of my lips because there was too much filler in them." As reported by Metro UK, he has spent £14,000 on fillers till date and even though his lips are rejecting the injections, he still tops them up every two to four months.
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The 24-year-old from Manchester went on to say he enjoys the attention and was not satisfied with his natural look. He has undergone multiple surgeries, including one to increase the size of his butt to resemble Jenner's. Talking about his obsession with getting under the knife, he cited his willingness to change his face after seeing celebrities doing it. Therefore he started with his lips, followed by Botox injections.
However, he claims he does not have any inspiration and just goes for what he feels like. He is aware of the fact that his family and friends are not a fan of his transformation — "They tell me I've gone too far, that it's too much and that I need to stop before my lips fall off or explode."
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