Meet Cindy Jackson, The Woman With Most Plastic Surgeries [Video]

55-year-old Cindy Jackson is the world’s most cosmetically enhanced woman with 52 cosmetic interventions – and she looks like a human Barbie.

We first introduced you to Cindy Jackson earlier in the month — she’s the 55-year-old woman who’s had the most cosmetic procedures in the world: 52 different nips, tucks and injections over a 23-year span.

On Wednesday, Jackson sat down with Kathie Lee and Hoda to talk more about herself and her body of work (their pun, not ours). Jackson set the record straight on her motivation to keep going under the knife, saying, “I didn’t have low self-esteem and contrary to some reports that have been on the internet, I wasn’t bullied. I was an art student and I had a very highly-developed sense of aesthetics.”

“Once I learned the rules of classic proportion and what really is attractive about a face from an artistic point of view [according to Da Vinci] and Michelangelo, they made the rules many centuries ago…we all have a template in our brains of what we consider attractive. So when we see a person, anyone, walking down the street, within a split second we know.”

She also talked about her relationships — turns out she’s dating someone who’s 28 — saying, “Men are very visually oriented, so I tend to get a lot of male attention and that’s great….Older men are in a different mind place than me, physically and mentally.

Most older men, my own age, are not doing things I want to do.” She added, “I always say I just need a man for one thing — to operate on me,” noting she doesn’t use female surgeons. One other thing: Jackson is a proud member of Mensa.

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