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6 September 2016, 16:50 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 11:10
Miley Cyrus's forehead, Selena Gomez's chin & more create this celeb apparently...
Cosmetic surgery is nothing new.
For years people have been getting surgical enhancements to alter their looks.
Celebs are often used as examples for the surgeries people would like to get.
So asking to have a chin like Selena Gomez isn't out of the ordinary!
But one Doctor told indy100 that he'd found the perfect face by 'combining requests from 1,000 of his female patients over the past 10 years'.
Check out the image he sent them in the tweet below...
Composite of the world's most desirable face, determined by requests to plastic surgeons for celebrity features. pic.twitter.com/KrzN9HXYmP— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) August 31, 2016
Just try and ignore the spelling of Selina Gomez... *eye roll*
The fact that most people have requested eyes like Keira Knightley and cheeks like Angelina Jolie isn't really a surprise.
Who knew Miley Cyrus had such a desirable forehead though!?
However the biggest shock of all came from the image itself.
Whilst you may think it's just a combination of all these celebs to make the 'perfect' woman, it actually appears to be much more.
As some very observant Twitter users have pointed out, the image that cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva has used seems to be a slightly photoshopped image of Nina Dobrev from Vampire Diaries...
Fans were pretty vocal when they spotted the alleged use of Nina's image...
There are so many similarities with this image and the picture of Nina Dobrev that it's almost impossible to deny.
From the almost identical face to the way the light hits the hair - there are just sooo many crossovers.
One of the funniest reactions to the whole thing was from these two news anchors...
The actress didn't seem too bothered about the possible use of her image when responding to fellow Vampire Diaries actor Zac Roerig on Twitter...
Bahahhaha https://t.co/4dIcwN4FpL— Nina Dobrev (@ninadobrev) September 2, 2016
So what do you make of all this?
Is it an honest mistake or a blatant rip off?