Earlier this week it was reported that the man who has had had so much cosmetic surgery that he’s become known around the world as the Human Ken Doll, had released a warning to singer Jack Vidgen.

Speaking with the Daily Mail, Rodrigo Alves AKA The Human Ken Doll, reportedly said that Jack should stop having cosmetic procedures done, explaining that they nearly killed him.

“I don’t encourage him to have any sort of injectables done,” the 35-year-old said.

Rodrigo has undergone 550 different procedures to enhance his appearance but it nearly killed him in 2014 after he contracted a deadly infection.

“Jack is talented and naturally good looking. My advice to him is to not get anything else injected because it will not enhance his natural features,” Rodrigo continued.

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“It’ll make his face puffy and have that ‘pillow effect’, speaking from my own experience. My advice to him is that he should concentrate on his music career and be happy.”

Jack Vidgen, who has maintained that he has never had cosmetic surgery, responded to this warning from the Human Ken Doll on the Kyle and Jackie O Show this morning.

He told us that he didn’t understand why he became a topic of discussion when he had never actually met Rodrigo.

“What was that about? Was he giving you advice?” Jackie asked this morning.

“It’s so weird. I don’t know,” responded Jack. “So weird.”

“I didn’t know who he was,” he continued. “Apparently there was like a full interview and I’m like, ‘I don’t know you. I’ve never met you’.”

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Earlier in the interview Jack spoke about how people are constantly assuming that he’s been under the knife since his time on Australia’s Got Talent in 2011 because he looks so different know.

But he stood by the fact that this is not the case and that he’s only ever had lip fillers because he felt insecure in the public eye.

Yeah, I’ve had filler done,” Jack said. “For me, I had an insecurity and I had the opportunity to not be insecure anymore and I did that and I’m happy.”

“I think one of the big reasons I stopped being in the public eye was because I put a lot of pressure on myself and I think over the years I’ve definitely experimented with different things and I’ve had to get to a place where I’m finally happy with myself,” he continued.

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“I love myself. I have self worth. And I’m just grateful that I was able to get to that place because I think a lot of people don’t. And sometimes they’re the people that are actually saying the nasty things online.”

Jack Vidgen will return to our TV screens this Sunday night on The Voice on Channel 9.

KIIS 1011 Melbourne