Human Barbie doll Blondie Bennett, a 38-year-old woman from California, has turned her looks already into a human-like Barbie doll by spray tans, Botox, chin liposuction, and breast implants. Now the only thing that is missing to becoming a doll is having no brain. “I just wanna be the ultimate Barbie. I actually wanna be brainless,” said the California woman according to a Feb. 20, 2014, International Business Times report.
“I want people to see me as a plastic sex doll – and being brainless is a big part of that,” said Blondie Bennett. “When people ask why I want to be Barbie, I think, ‘Who wouldn’t want to be?’. She has the best life. All she does is shop and make herself look pretty – she doesn’t worry about anything.”
Human Barbie doll Blondie Bennett says that she has had 20 online hypnotherapy sessions so far for her goal of becoming brainless and it seems to be working. “I’ve had 20 sessions and I’m already starting to feel ditzy and confused all the time.”
To prove the success of her hypnotherapy, she says that she has already gotten lost trying to find her childhood home and that when picking up a friend from the airport she couldn't remember the difference between departures and arrivals.
The California woman's fascination with Barbie began as a young girl when she was playing with the doll. In her teens, she dressed like the doll, bleached her hair, and drove a Corvette. “My friends hated the attention I got from guys because of how I dressed,” she recalls.
Today, without work, and at the age of 38, she is taking money from online “sugar daddies” that support her in exchange for pictures of her dressed as Barbie.
Unfortunately for human Barbie doll Blondie Bennett, the competition is getting tougher and tougher as there are other girls claiming to be the real thing. The most famous of all is Valeria Lukyanova, whose computer-perfect appearance went viral last year and who has met real-life Kent as shown in the above video. With so much competition, maybe claiming to be “brainless” is the smartest publicity move to make. As to why any girl would want to become a Barbie doll, Blondie Bennett gives an easy answer, “I don’t like to be human.”