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Woman has hypnotherapy to be more like Barbie

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A woman has opted for hypnotherapy in order to make her "brainless", so that she becomes more her idol, Barbie.

Blondie Bennett, 38, who is a self-confessed Barbie obsessive, has three sessions per week to help her mind become more vacant, so she can seem more like the plastic toy.

This is just part of her bid to completely transform into Miss Roberts, which includes getting fillers, botox and spray tans. She even had chin liposuction 18 months ago to make herself look more like her heroine.

Bennett boasts 32JJ breasts, after having had five boob jobs, which cost her more than £25,000. Although she is currently unemployed, she supports herself by making money from sugar daddies online, who pay to see pictures of her dressed up as Barbie.

On whether her sessions were working, she said: "I’ve had 20 sessions and I’m already starting to feel ditzy and confused all the time."

"Recently I went to pick a friend up at the airport and couldn't remember if I needed to go to departures or arrivals. I also got lost for three hours driving to my mum's house - the house where I grew up."

When asked about why she wanted to look like Barbie, she replied: "Who wouldn’t want to be [her]? She has the best life. All she does is shop and make herself look pretty – she doesn’t worry about anything."

However, her friends aren't so keen on her look and have told her to tone the dressing-up down. She said: "People thought it was just a phase but I thought to myself, 'As soon as I move out of home, I’m going to turn myself into Barbie'."

Until recently, she was forced to live a double life but eight years ago she decided to become Barbie for real. According to Bennett, some other women "pretend they are human Barbie dolls" but she wanted to take it to the next level and let people see her as a plastic sex doll, and being brainless is a big part of that.

She said: “People can criticise me but this is who I am - I want my transformation to be head to toe, inside and out."

(Images: Barcroft Media, Twitter)

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