Human Barbie Doll Valeria Lukyanova’s Incredibly Thin Waist Due to Not Eating for Weeks?
By Kristin Dian Mariano | February 27, 2014 5:09 PM EST
Human Barbie doll Valeria Lukyanova has a tiny waist but it could be due to not eating for weeks.
It was recently revealed how Valeria Lukyanova intends to train herself to be able to live on just air and light alone. "In recent weeks I have not been hungry at all; I'm hoping it's the final stage before I can subsist on air and light alone," Valeria said.
Valeriya Lukyanovavia Facebook
More photos prove human Barbie doll Valeria Lukyanova got thinner
Based on the photos on her Facebook account, Valeria has a very slim waist. According to previous reports, Valeria's waistline measures 50 centimeters. However, it seemed that her current measurement is smaller as netizens can already see her bones.
Surprisingly, Valeria said that she wants to live with light and air only. It seemed that the Ukranian model and singer is following Breatharianism, which is a mysterious cult that advocates living without food or water. A breatharian is said to be someone who never eats or drinks as they can exist on "cosmic micro-food."
This is not the first time that Valeria declared something unusual. Valeria Lukyanova declared that she is a spiritual teacher and can speak with aliens through light. She also thinks that she was from another planet. Moreover, she thinks that has the ability to time travel and has had out-of-body experiences.
Valeria gained attention from netizens because she resembles Mattel's favourite girl toy. Meanwhile, there was a woman from California named Blondie Bennett who wants to live like Barbie and has taken drastic measures to achieve her goal.
The 38-year-old woman is reportedly in the process of trying to become the real life Barbie doll. She underwent procedures from simply bleaching her hair to platinum blonde to surgeries like chin liposuction, Botox, breast implants and spray tans. The procedure she is currently undertaking is hypnotheraphy in order to be "brainless".
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