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