Kylie Jenner's obsessive fan spends £14,000 for a pout 'like her' but they burst out

James Holt fell in love with Kylie Jenner and her perfect pout so much that he did not realize when to stop

                            Kylie Jenner's obsessive fan spends £14,000 for a pout 'like her' but they burst out
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Kylie Jenner is famous for her pout, and it is not a surprise that many want to follow in the footsteps of the beauty mogul. James Holt, 24, from Manchester is one such fan who fell in love with Kylie and her lips. James was always conscious of his lips, and so he decided to get his first lip fillers at the age of 16. He spent a total of £14,000 in order to get the famous pout like Kylie and got the painful lip fillers done every two-three months.

He was so adamant about getting his lips big that he ignored the constant cries of his friends and family members who feared that one day his mouth may 'fall off or explode.' James confessed that there have been some problems that he has faced since the time he has gotten lip fillers. 

"I have had a few problems along the way where the fillers have come out of my lips because there was too much in them, my lips rejected it, and the middle of my lips has sunken before," he told Daily Mail. His lips have also bruised due to their size after treatment. Despite these problems, James does not plan on stopping the procedure as he loves the attention he and his lips get. He says he does not want to look 'boring and plain.'

However, lips are not the only thing that James has made surgical changes to. He has also undergone two nose jobs, cheek fillers and surgery to make his backside bigger. "I will never stop having surgery; I don't think I'll ever be happy with my face or my body," he said. The Kylie Jenner fan said he was always conscious of the way he looked and this pushed him to go under the knife to make changes to features that he wasn't too proud of. 

"I wasn't happy with my natural look, but I feel comfortable with this fake look," he said. I've always wanted to change my face after seeing celebs doing it, so I thought I'd start with my lips and getting Botox injections. It felt great after the first time, and I knew I'd be getting more. I don't really have any inspiration, I just go for what I feel like." James added that he loves to stand out from the rest of the crowd. "I want to stand out and look different. Before I looked boring and plain, I looked just like everybody else. I've been doing it so long that it's like maintenance now," he added. 

Even though there have been a number of times when James has attracted negative comments, he feels good about himself and the way he looks. "My friends and family aren't best happy with the results. They tell me I've gone too far, that it's too much and that I need to stop before my lips fall off or explode," he said. "I know they are thinking of me but at the end of the day it's me who wants this look, so I don't listen. I get lots of looks in the street, and I've even had people come up to me asking about my lips."

As for the reactions he gets, he said, "most people just look and gasp, but I've learned to live with that. Older people seem to be very shocked, but I don't think they understand." In order to get his nose job, James traveled to Poland and spent  £4,000. He has also spent £4,000 on cheek fillers and £1,000 on improving the appearance of his chin. "I also have facials every week, and I'm planning another nose job for early next year because I think it's still botched after the second surgery," he said. "I can't breathe through my nose, and I sound quite nasal. I have trouble sleeping, because when I'm trying to breathe out of my nose I'm not able to, so I wake up." 

Over the past three years, James has also spent £2,000 on cold therapy to make his backside look bigger, and despite undergoing the knife quite a few times, he has still not got the result that he hoped he would. I am looking into toe straightening as my toes aren't what I want, and it makes me not like being barefooted. I've tried non-surgical options but not had any good results from it," he said.