‘Human Ken Doll’ devastated he might lose his nose after too much plastic surgery

Doctors warn “this is probably one of the worst results and complications”.

Rodrigo Alves, aka the 'Human Ken doll’, has been left devastated after doctors warned him that multiple plastic surgeries and a MRSA infection mean that he could lose his nose forever.

Following breathing complications the 33-year-old extreme plastic surgery fan went to see the surgeons form E!'s Botched to get their advice.

In a clip of the consultation the show’s Dr. Paul Nassif is seen telling Alves that “this is probably one of the worst results and complications” he’s seen in his whole career.

Nassif explains: “The issue is that what we call the ‘soft tissue envelope,’ that’s the skin. So by you having three surgeries in a time of 12 to 15 months, you destroyed your tissue."

He also warned Alves that if he let someone else touch his nose again it would likely turn “black,and then die and fall off.”
Alves, who confirmed to PEOPLE earlier this year that he’d already spent more than $60,000 transforming his body with 51 plastic surgeries, and 105 aesthetic treatments, was visibly shocked at the news.

“My nose was perfect, after this last rhinoplasty,” Alves said in the clip. “And my friends, they never had this problem at all. And I was the unlucky one. So I keep asking myself now, ‘Why me?’ ”

Rodrigo - who first went under the knife at age 19 - is set to star in new reality TV show called Plastics of Hollywood that will follow the lives and careers of himself, as well as 11 other "human dolls" including Justin Jedlica, Jessica Rabbit imitator Pixee Fox, Kim Kardashian lookalike Jennifer Pamplona and alien wannabe Vinny Ohh.

In a clip for the show Alves can be heard bragging about his Ken-doll-like appearance.

One of the series' producers, LA talent manager Marcela Iglesias told the MailOnline of the show: "From surgery and procedures, the dolls have spent over three million dollars altering how they look."

Iglesias also claimed that Rodrigo’s body was insured for $1 million USD.