Human Jessica Rabbit: Penny Brown, Pin-Up Model, Gets Plastic Surgery to Look Like Character From Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Celebrity Body Jun. 12, 2014 AT 9:35PM
Penny Brown as Jessica Rabbit Pin-up model Penny Brown went under the knife to look more like the animated character Jessica Rabbit from the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit Credit: Buena Vista/Courtesy Everett Collection; Barcroft Media /Landov

Move aside, Human Barbie and Ken! There's a new character in town. Penny Brown, a 25-year-old pin-up model, recently got breast implants (and then some) to mimic Jessica Rabbit's curvy frame from the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

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"I've been obsessed with Jessica Rabbit from a really early age," Brown told the U.K.'s Mirror in a recent interview. "I think she is incredibly sexy and there's a real power and strength to her character. I've always wanted to copy that—at five I was already thinking about breast implants."

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The Australian native began her transformation two years ago, eventually going under the knife twice. She downsized her waist to 23 inches in order to fit into a corset, and also went from a 34H bra size to a 36O.

"It was tough at first. The corset is not a magical tool that will make your waist tiny in a few months," she admitted. "It really was hard work and dedication on my part."

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As for her larger chest, she's nearly complaint-free. "The bigger they are the better," she added. "I don't think I'll ever be big enough."

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Brown's husband, Cooper, is also a fan of her new body. She's "as close to Jessica Rabbit as any mere mortal can get," he told the Mirror. "Her shape is exciting and interesting."

Tell Us: What do you think of Penny's shocking transformation?

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