He has made no secret of his quest for eternal youth.
And Human Ken Doll Rodrigo Alves’ latest mission comes in his determination to achieve the hairline of a teenage boy by undergoing a gruelling hair transplant with his doctor to the stars Dr John Kahen in Beverly Hills on Friday.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline about the work, he admitted his latest aim in life is to replicate Australian model Jordan Barrett – as he has undergone his hair transplant and recent eye colour-changing surgery to look like the model.
Literally hair raising! Rodrigo Alves – also known as the Human Ken Doll – splashed the cash on his appearance yet again when had a hair transplant in Beverly Hills on Friday
Rodrigo, who has spent a whopping £400,000 on plastic surgery over the years, is a natural under the knife so seemed unfazed as he underwent the procedure which involved him having 3,000 hairs grafted onto his head.
Speaking to the Mail, he said: ‘This is a very lengthy procedure. It takes hair from the back and inserts follicles on the front lowering my hairline to look like a teenager. I want the hairline of a teenage boy.
‘Teenage boys have a full hairline but from 28 it starts to recede. 3000 hairs have been taken from the back of my head onto my temples and hairline I want my head to look smaller. I don’t accept the natural aging process.
‘Dr John is adding stem cells to my head in a seven hour procedure. He’s made holes in my scalp for the follicles. Two years ago I had my first one. I will have the hairline like a female as they have lower hairlines.
Suffering to be beautiful: Rodrigo, 34, said the procedure involved having 3,000 hairs grafted onto his head by Dr John Kahen in Los Angeles
‘I dont care because that’s what I want. People are gonna go wow. There is a very famous actor that is getting a transplant but he wears a wig.’
Fresh out of his teens – and still certainly boasting a wondrous hairline – is 20-year-old Jordan, who has caught Rodrigo’s eye as he yearns for his looks.
He said: ‘Oh I’d love to look like Jordan! I brought his picture to the doctors!’
In an Instagram photo shared with his 340,000 followers Rodrigo said: ‘It is a big day today when I have my hair line lowered and my entire hair boosted with [stem cell] injections and 3000 grafts of hair implanted by the best hair implant and restoration doctor in the world Dr John Kahen.’
Success: On Instagram Rodrigo said: ‘It is a big day today when I have my hair line lowered and my entire hair boosted with [stem cell] injections and 3000 grafts of hair implanted by the best hair implant and restoration doctor in the world Dr John Kahen’ (right)
Meanwhile the Brazilian-born Ken Doll was left furious on Sunday night when he was branded a ‘monster’ live on Italian TV.
Speaking to MailOnline, he revealed he had the panellist kicked out of the studio for her comments – explaining he would ‘not tolerate that sort of verbal abuse’ after being heavily bullied in his youth.
He had been filming his part on the Domenica chat show in Italy when the incident took place – leaving him in a fierce rage.
The television personality revealed he had been discussing his new hand-painted contact lenses with host Barbara D’urso, when a panelist on the show suddenly interrupted to brand him a ‘monster’, live on air.
Admitting the incident had left him ‘shocked’, Rodrigo explained to MailOnline that he managed to keep his emotions in check – but was quick to have her removed from the premises by his five body guards.
All set: The Brazilian-born TV presenter had plugs of plasma and hair injected into his hairline to fill it out
He said: ‘I wasn’t prepared to be insulted live at such big live show. I kept cool, but I asked the production team to ask that woman to leave, so that I could carry on doing my job.’
The Ken Doll added that he felt disrespected by the comments, as his main aim is to break the taboo about plastic surgery in society.
He said furiously: ‘My overall message is that in life we can be anything we want with willpower and determination, regardless of whether you have plastic surgery or not.’
Confessing he refuses to let people speak down to him after being bullied in his youth, he continued: ‘Growing up I was bullied and discriminated due to the fact that I was fat, ugly and misshapen, and I couldn’t do anything about it.
‘Nowadays I’m a tough cookie. and I won’t tolerate that sort of verbal abuse about my appearance.’
Strong: The Ken Doll says he wants to break the taboo about plastic surgery in society