Barbie wannabe spends £40,000 to be ultimate bimbo

Aviva Rocks, 28, describes herself as a 'Barbie with curves', and has undergone over six surgeries to become the perfect version of herself.

Aviva, who lives in Calpe, Spain told Barcroft TV: "I like Barbie because she's artificial, she is always happy and does what she wants to.

"The plastic surgery makes me happy because I can create myself the way I like and come closer to my ideal of beauty," she added.

So far, Aviva has had three breast enlargements, two nose jobs, a facelift, Botox, 'various' lip fillers and permanent makeup.

Yet, despite her bleached-blonde hair, plumped lips and 70K sized breasts, Aviva feels she is yet to reach her aesthetic goal.

"I'd like to have to have so much more!

"A lip lift, fat removal, another breast lift and at least one bottom lift – but my biggest dream is to remove my ribs," she continued.

Aviva first underwent plastic surgery when she was 21 years old, after finding inspiration from the French porn actress Lolo Ferrari.

"I always found her gorgeous with the big breasts, big lips and blonde hair – she was everything I was not," she explained.

When Aviva was younger, she had little confidence in her appearance.

"I find it really horrible seeing old pictures of myself, I didn't like myself at all.

"Before my surgeries I had dark hair, thin lips, small breasts and natural eyebrows – my face was not pretty," she said.

Aviva's family let her make her own choices but are naturally concerned about the risks that stem from surgery.

Something that doesn't, however, seem to bother Aviva.

She explained: "I don't have any fear of the complications, otherwise I wouldn't have the surgery."

In order to fund her surgeries, Aviva has worked as a cam-girl for the past six years, and she also shoots porn videos.

"My work is for everybody, from 18 year olds to the retired, from farmers to businessmen and the unemployed to students.

"I make my income with my webcam job, I pay for my bills, food, clothes, my looks – everything."

Although a client hasn't ever paid directly for a surgery, Aviva says this isn't something she'd reject.

"Of course I'd like to receive money if somebody wants to support me, I have a lot more surgery wishes," she explained.

But for now, Aviva claims she is independent and doesn't rely on financial or emotional support from a man.

"I don't have a man and I don't want one."

She added: "I'm happy alone, why would I want a man?"

Surgery, however, has caused issues in her previous relationships.

Alain, Aviva's ex-boyfriend of six years, blames plastic surgery for the demise of their relationship.

"We started at a completely different point to where we ended. It was a normal relationship and then she started to transform into this bimbo.

"What I liked about Aviva when I first saw her was her natural look – the normal hair, the character she had, not so much makeup," he added.

Despite no longer being romantically involved, Alain and Aviva are still friends and co-workers, and Alain still feels protective toward her.

He explained: "Sometimes it's hard for me, I don't like it when people stare at her. It's one of the reasons we broke up – I felt very uncomfortable."

As it turns out, money was a big factor in their break-up as they disagreed on how to spend their earnings.

"It was very hard for me to live with – sometimes I'd want a new car and she would say no, it must all go on plastic surgery," Alain said.

Regardless of this, their friendship remains and Alain supports Aviva's choices.

"I tell her she should do whatever makes her happy with her own money."

Aviva understands that people will criticise her look, but she doesn't care.

"I like it when people look at me, I feel much better with this look and I don't mind it when people insult me.

She added: "Women should be able to get surgeries without being judged by others."

When it comes to getting older, Aviva has a plan to prevent the effects of age – more surgery.

"When I get old, I'll probably not look as pretty anymore, but fortunately I can renew everything.

"As long as my body cooperates and I'm healthy, there is no age limit for surgeries."

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