Photos from Facebook served as proof that living dolls Valeria Lukyanova and Justin Jedica met in real life.
The details of the meeting were undisclosed to the public. However, the photos of the two together were posted by a Facebook page "Be A Human Barbie" - a site dedicated to human dolls.
The meeting probably happened when Valeria flew to United States with her spiritual sister Dominica. The two planned to move to the US as Olga's boyfriend lives there and they are willing to start a business venture in the States.
Human Barbie doll Valeria Lukyanova gained worldwide fame early this year because of her incredible looks that resembles the popular doll. The internet world finally found her partner Ken as a guy transformed himself to look like Mattel's boy toy.
New York City's Justin Jedica change his looks to resemble Ken. According to Huffington Post, Justin "had around 90 surgeries to get the "muscular" body and chiseled face he has today. He's been injected with silicone all over his body, has had several nose jobs, and plans to continue his work. So far it has cost him about $100,000."
"I love to metamorphosize myself, and the stranger the surgery the better. Bucking the norm is so much fun," Justin said.
According to MStarz, Jedlica has even had surgery on the same body parts multiple times. For instance, the human Ken Doll has had five different nose jobs and plans to get a few more as he searches for the perfect body.
The 21-year-old model and singer sparked controversy due to her thin waist and many wondered if went under the knife to achieve her looks. However, Valeria constantly denied that she underwent surgery or altered her photos through Photoshop.
Amatue explained that she uses cosmetics and contact lenses to achieve that look. She has a make-up tutorial that she published to YouTube so others can learn how she achieves the look.
However, many are unconvinced with the model's explanation and there has been an online debate whether she is all natural or fake. The conversations also yield to her influence to young girls and their outlook towards physical beauty.
As far as the question of whether she has had plastic surgery or if the photos are due to computer technology, such as Photoshop, she said that a lot of people dismiss it as something done by surgeons or Photoshop.
She said it is their way of justifying not improving themselves and it is just an excuse to explain why they do not work hard to make themselves look better.
See the slideshow for the photos of the two living dolls together for a photo shoot.