Two cosmetically-enhanced models, who look like real-life Barbie and Ken dolls apparently hated each other when they met for the first time.
Valeria Lukyanova, 23, who has long peroxide blonde hair, a miniscule waist and large bust, flew from her home town in the Ukraine to New York to meet silicone-pumped Justin Jedlica, 32, for an upcoming episode of Inside Edition.
But Miss Lukyanova didn't hit it off with her chiseled male counterpart - especially following his remarks last year that she looked like a drag queen - and she bluntly said after their rendezvous: 'He overdid his lips'.
Mr Jedlica shot to fame last year when it emerged that he had spent $100,000 on body sculpting procedures. This year he went under the knife for the 100th time.
'I've always been into plastic surgery because it's an extension of me being creative,' he said during an interview on The Doctors television show.
Among his surgeries are five rhinoplasties, a cranial brow bone shape and augmentations to his cheeks, lips, buttocks and chin.
He turned to plastic surgery when he was 18-years-old, beginning the costly and dangerous habit with a nose job.
'Children play with Barbie and Ken all the time so it’s fed to us from a young age that that is the epitome of what is beautiful'
'It was really something that set me apart and validated me and I felt so euphoric,' he said of that first surgery.
Explaining why he aspires to look like a plastic doll he told the Inside Edition: 'Children play with Barbie and Ken all the time so it’s fed to us from a very young age that that is the epitome of what is beautiful or what is handsome.'
Miss Lukyanova hit the press last year after she posted a series of homemade videos on YouTube, which revealed her doll-like proportions.
To enhance her Barbie appearance she wears blue contact lenses over her naturally green eyes.
She admits that she has had breast implants, but insists the rest of her body is completely natural and slender due to daily gym workouts. Make-up and skimpy outfits complete her look.
Source - Daily Mail