In case you didn't already know, there's a real-life version of Jessica Rabbit. Her name is Pixee Fox.
She's received attention from the media for her crazy surgeries, like permanent eye implants, as well as three nose jobs. At 26, the "body modification artist" has undergone over 18 surgeries, which have cost her over $130k.
When people tell her she looks like a cartoon, she takes it as a compliment.
On her blog, she writes,
A lot of people think I am trying to be a Barbie doll, but if you have read my story, you know that my my inspiration comes from fantasy cartoons. I am trying to capture the sort of exaggerated proportions of feminine beauty you see in Holli Would or Jessica Rabbit.
Fox, who used to be an electrician, recently turned to the doctors of "Botched" to see if they would give her butt implants for an even more curvaceous physique.
The doctors refused because of the sheer amount of surgeries she's already had. Medically, it's not safe. But she's not giving up.
She's already put herself at risk of a collapsed lung, pneumonia, nerve damage and heavy scarring by getting ribs removed. Medical risks obviously don't scare her away.
Look, some people want rock-solid abs, some want Kylie Jenner brows...
And some just want to look like Tinker Bell.
Whenever Fox hears about a new type of surgery, she has to try it.
And that's exactly what happened when she got her eye color changed. She flew all the way to India just to check it out. During her eye implant surgery, she also got her vision corrected, so it wasn't completely cosmetic. Hey, if you're gunning for a different eye color, why not just fix everything at once, amirite?
Honestly, I can't judge. No, I've never had plastic surgery -- but I flew all the way to Thailand just to try authentic mango sticky rice. That's basically the same thing, right? If not, don't tell me otherwise. Let both of us live our truth.
Her eyes definitely look cartoony now.
In one of her many TV appearances, Fox says she loved her body before the rib removal and Brazilian butt lift. She's not getting plastic surgeries because she cares about how she looks to other people, she just wants that cartoonish, huge boobs, tiny waist, big butt look.
Sure, beauty standards set by female cartoon characters like Jessica Rabbit are unrealistic, but they're not impossible.
Of course, just because anything is possible doesn't mean we should all go out and get ribs removed. If I wanted a cartoon body, I'd rather just live vicariously through Fox.