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Teenager has EXTREME plastic surgery to look like Angelina Jolie

A 19-YEAR-OLD has undergone 50 operations in a bid to look like her idol, but trolls have branded her a “zombie”.
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Sahar Tabar has undergone extreme plastic surgery in a bid to look like Angelina Jolie.

The Iranian teenager is only 19, but has reportedly had 50 operations in a bid for fuller lips and defined cheek bones, according to Belgian website Sud Info.

Sahar claims to be one of the actress' biggest fans and says she "would do anything” to emulate the Tomb Raider star.

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IDOL: Sahar reportedly had 50 surgeries in an attempt to look like Angelina Jolie

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Sahar also reportedly lost a shocking 5st 7lbs, in order to be slim like Angelina.

The teen, who describes herself as a “strong sister” on her Intagram has amassed more than 310,000 followers on social media.

But not all of them have been kind about her extreme look. One follower named Timon6666 said: “U were pretty – now u r looking Like Zombi.”

While Yvonne_rolandson said: “But why would anyone do this to themself?”

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However, some fans praised Sahar’s look and branded her as “beautiful”.

Keep_calm_shine_on said “Her smile is pretty”, while another social media user said “This is actually cute” under a portrait of the young woman.

The surgeries haven’t been confirmed and some are claiming her look could be a result of make-up or photo editing skills.

under one of her more extreme snaps, Emsaiiymes simply said: “Photoshop expert”.

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BEFORE: This is what Sahar looked like before the surgery

But Sahar isn’t the only woman trying to copy Angelina’s look. Veronika Black splashed £7K on two boob jobs and lip fillers to look more like her natural doppelgänger, but now says her sultry looks are ruining her love life.

The 27-year-old is often mistaken for the Oscar-winning movie star, who famously played Lara Croft.

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But she says men are actually intimidated by her 32J boobs and Hollywood looks.

“I’ve been single for over a year now after a five-year relationship ended, and I’d love to meet someone special,” said the beauty from Vancouver.

“I particularly like older men with a bit of stubble – just like Brad Pitt."

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