I can understand people who love a movie so hard that they'd like to imagine themselves as their favorite character. But in our age of rampant plastic surgery and self-image issues, is it going too far to literally try to transform yourself into someone else? (What if that someone else is a cartoon character?) One British woman did just that, spending thousands of dollars to "become" Jessica Rabbit, admittedly the hottest woman ever drawn in animated film. And you thought the Cat Lady was weird. (Well, she is.)

How did the 56-year-old Annette Edwards (who, incidentally, breeds giant three-foot long bunnies who "behave like dogs") turn herself into the sultry femme fatale of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Botox, cheek implants, a brow lift, a chin implant, breast uplifts, and "pure diet." She claims she's only "Jessica" for special occasions, like photo shoots and, apparently, going on British morning talk shows like the one in this clip, where the male and female co-hosts are only partially masking their "WTF?" reaction. Unbelievable moment of the clip: The male host asks "Jessica" if he can touch her chin implant (2:06).
categories Cinematical