First came Human Barbie, now Pixee Fox is looking to make her mark as an Internet celeb, sculpting her body to look like a fictional character. The Swedish-born model has spent $120,000 in plastic surgery to look like her favorite animated characters.

“I’ve always been inspired by cartoons and Disney movies, all the curves and tiny waists,” she told Barcroft TV. “People often, they come up to me and say, ‘Don’t take this the wrong way, but you look like a cartoon.’ For me that’s a compliment. My inspiration started with Tinkerbell, but with my transformation, I’ve been starting to look like Jessica Rabbit.”

To achieve this goal, Pixee wears a corset 24 hours a day. Her most recent surgery cost $9,000 and removed six of her ribs so she could get down to a shocking 16-inch waist.

“Getting my ribs removed, I have been thinking about it for a long time. So it’s always been like a dream of mine, but it’s really hard to find a surgeon, almost impossible,” she said prior to the surgery. “The only reason I can do it now, is because doctors finally started taking me seriously, because they see I’m not a crazy person.”

Dr. Barry Epply, who performed the procedure, didn’t seem to think there was anything unusual about Pixee’s request.

“There’s nothing complex, extraordinary, or unduly difficult about it,” he said of the rib removal. “It does require an extremely motivated patient.”

Just two weeks after the surgery, Pixee was back in her corset, posing for her racy photos.

“I am super happy!” she declared in the clip. “I’ve been dreaming of this for like three years. That makes me able to corset, like, even tighter. In a few weeks, I’m gonna get hip and butt implants. I’m really happy with how I look now, but I still see things that could be fixed. This is like my job.”

Now living in America, Pixee doesn’t want to promote a pro-plastic surgery message. Instead, she wants people to simply be themselves.

“I don’t want to inspire people to get plastic surgery,” she said. “What I want to do is to get, like, a message out there that it is important to — whatever you decide to do — that you should follow your dreams, and dare to be yourself.”

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