The Human Ken Doll Is Not Impressed With the Human Barbie

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One would think that the human Ken doll (aka Justin Jedlica) and the human Barbie (aka Valeria Lukyanova) would be a match made in living doll heaven. Not so.

Unfortunately, Justin is not a fan of Valeria's and he isn't afraid to say it. After her shocking GQ interview last month where she said she is basically repulsed by mixed races and children, the human Ken doll shed some light on his first (and probably only) meeting with the controversial model.


"I do find her beautiful," he revealed. "But it appears to me that much of her look is added makeup, fake hair and 'slimming' corsets...drag queens have put on the same illusions with makeup and costumes for years."

That might be Justin's attempt to throw shade at Valeria for the fact that she denies having plastic surgery and he's openly admitted to having at least 149 cosmetic procedures. In other words, she's just putting on a front while he's really committing to it.

While that comment was somewhat open to interpretation, his latest comments to Us Weekly certainly are not. Justin is very clear regarding his feelings (or lack thereof) for Valeria.

Apparently, he tried to give her a hug and joke around with her during their meeting and she was having none of it. She tries "to impersonate a mannequin," he explained to Us Weekly. "If she gives off too much emotion or personality, people aren't going to associate her with a plastic object."


Um, maybe you just weren't funny? Although, when Justin explains why he doesn't appreciate the parts of her personality that he has seen, we can't necessarily say we disagree with him. Check out the video below to hear what he said.

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