A TV show is set to follow the most plastic people on the planet, modified humans, who have spent close to three million dollars on surgeries and procedures.
“And the shapes of the locusts were like unto horses prepared unto battle; and on their heads were as it were crowns like gold, and their faces were as the faces of men. And they had hair as the hair of women, and their teeth were as the teeth of lions. And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.” Revelation 9:7,8,11 (KJV)
EDITOR’S NOTE: If you were under the delusion that transgender was the “end of the line” as far as aberrant end times behavior goes, let me snap you out of that. It started with same-sex relationships for the homosexual, then switching-sex relationships for the transgender, now it’s no-sex relationships for the ‘modified humans’ who identify as soulless, neutral, formless aliens with black, almond-shaped eyes. Exactly the type of behavior you’d expect in godless world preparing for Antichrist. So very glad that the Rapture of the Church comes first.
Plastics of Hollywood will feature 12 human dolls including Ken Dolls Rodrigo Alves and Justin Jedlica, Jessica Rabbit imitator Pixee Fox, Kim Kardashian wannabe Jennifer Pamplona and alien lookalike Vinny Ohh.
Talent manager and producer, Marcela Iglesias, from Los Angeles, California said: ‘We are the world’s first agency for the most modified human beings.
‘They are incredible characters who have had plastic surgery, cosmetic procedures or just have very extreme looks. ‘From surgery and procedures, the dolls have spent over three million dollars altering how they look.
‘Justin Jedlica has $500,000 of that alone and Rodrigo’s body is insured for one million dollars. ‘For these people, it’s about the need to become somebody else because they were born in the wrong body.
‘For this we have been called satanic, crazy and plenty more, but we couldn’t care less that’s just their opinions. ‘I am never bothered by what people have to say, they will either love or hate us, we don’t judge anybody so I don’t understand why they judge us.’
The reality TV show will follow the human dolls trying to carve careers away from the world of body alteration and their extreme looks.
‘As part of our talent agency we guide them to be the best they can be, if some want to be singers, actors, performers we give them the best steps to achieve that goal,’ Marcela said.
‘We’re training them to be the best they can be, put them through boot-camps, give them voice coaching and guidance to be successful. source