Justin Jedlica has always dreamed about plastic surgery ... even as a child.
On an upcoming episode of Oprah Winfrey's "Where Are They Now?," Human Ken opens up about when his obsession with becoming a living doll began.
"I used to do these before and afters as a kid," the 33-year-old explains in an exclusive clip. "I was so interested in plastic surgery."
As Justin shows off his artwork, he reveals that he even put the cost of the plastic surgery on the bottom of the drawing. "Look, I said you could get all that done for $21,000," he says with excitement.
Check out the clip above to see what he says about his rocky relationship with his father and being bullied in school.
The plastic surgery enthusiast recently revealed that "it's flattering" to be compared to Barbie's #1 man.
"As a kid, you play with Ken dolls and kind of assume that is what a handsome guy is supposed to look like," he told the Daily Beast in April.
So, what's the inspiration behind his look? Japanese anime manga.
"I find that much more appealing in all honesty than a Ken doll," he explained. "It's sort of that over-stylized, cartoonish version of human form [that I like]."
To see more of Justin, check out "Where Are They Now?" on Sunday, August 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN.
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