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Angelina Jolie-inspired ‘Corpse Bride’ says she faked Instagram photos: ‘This is Photoshop and makeup’

young woman dubbed the “Corpse Bride,” who reportedly underwent 50 surgeries to resemble Angelina Jolie, has confessed that it was all a prank, thanks to elaborate makeup and computer tricks.

“Now I can see that I have something in common with [Angelina Jolie], but I amuse myself, and to look like someone is not my goal,” Sahar Tabar, a young Iranian woman, told Russian news outlet Sputnik, as translated by the U.K.’s the Sun. “Over time I post a photo, I make my face more fun and funny,” she said. “It is a form of self-expression, a kind of art. My fans know that this is not my real face.”

Last week, Tabar (whose age has been reported as both 19 and 22) abruptly went viral for shocking photos that showed her taking into account precious facial features, cheek piercings, and a bony frame.According to Newsweek, after an avalanche of lover requests and more media coverage than shed bargained for, Tabar deleted her Instagram photos, made her account private, and distorted her handle to Parisa Amiri.

Hi links of friends who are not from Iran, she wrote Saturday in a now-deleted declaration, per Newsweek. Im disaster and I just nonappearance the Iranians to follow my page. People of the foreign countries dont follow me charm. I unaided be supportive Iranian requests.According to the Daily Mail, Tabar underwent surgeries for a nose job, bigger mouth and liposuction and wears blue door lenses, but the blazing is an magic. This is Photoshop and makeup, she said.

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