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Canadian actor dies after undergoing 12 plastic surgeries to look like BTS star Jimin

South Korea was left in shock after the tragic death of Canadian actor Saint Von Colucci, who died after undergoing a dozen cosmetic surgeries over the course of a year in an attempt to look like BTS singer Jimin. The 22-year-old actor had moved from Canada to the K-pop mecca in 2019 to pursue a career in entertainment, but his obsession with changing his appearance led to a devastating end. He was reportedly targeting to bag a role for a US streaming network, for which he wanted to look like the KPop star.

According to reports, Colucci went under the knife on Saturday to remove jaw implants he had put in last November. However, following the operation, Colucci developed an infection and had to be intubated. Sadly, he died hours later.

Over the last 12 months, Colucci had spent a staggering USD 220,000 on 12 surgeries, including a facelift, a nose job, an eye lift, an eyebrow lift, and a lip reduction, among others. His original features included dark blond hair and blue eyes, and he stood tall at 6 feet and weighed 182 pounds.

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The tragic death of Saint Von Colucci serves as a reminder that one's physical appearance should not come at the cost of their health and well-being. While cosmetic surgery can enhance one's features, it is important to consider the risks and potential complications associated with any procedure.

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