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  1. Yawn says

    That 5,000 would have been better spent in therapy to determine why you think anything less than a “magic wand” could make this queen look anything remotely like Ryan Gosling.

  2. Trey says

    Well, it didn’t help him much. He needs his ears pinned and his nose pinched. You should get your money back.

  3. AllBeefPatty says

    Do you want to look 50 times more masculine = hotter?

    Take that stupid ass, diamond earring out of your ear.

    Played out..

  4. Macguffin54 says

    And $5,000 later he looks nothing like him. Maybe spending $5 on a box of hair dye would have been a better place to start. But without that pointy nose he will never resemble him. (I can’t view the video: was he trying to look “like” ryan gosling (i.e. like a celebrity impersonator), or just look “more like” him, to have some of his appealing facial attributes?)

  5. candideinnc says

    I know a guy on North Carolina who did the same thing thirty years ago, trying to look like John Travolta. It looked pretty good for a number of years, but boy, did it age badly after that.

  6. screaming queen says

    well he needs to dye his hair and eyebrows blonde, he needs a tan, and he needs a pointier nose. But with all that, yes, he would indeed look very much look like Gosling. And if you can’t see that, you’re either stupid or lying. (The earring is fine. It works for him. Earrings are not necessarily unmasculine, nor is more-masculine necessarily more-attractive.)
    Also, the dude is hot in his own way. Unlike Gosling’s too-perfect carved-wood appearance, this guy’s minor flaws make him more human and more relatable. Which I imagine is exactly why some of you inhumane socially inept douchebuckets feel the need to attack him.

  7. Kieran says

    If he wants to look like Ryan Gosling, he also needs to have his eyes moved too closely together as well…

  8. Paul R says

    Why would you publicize this? This guy has some, uh, issues. I’ve had plastic surgery and it’s not fun (before I get critiques, one was because of a car accident and one because of vanity). Recovery is unpleasant.

    The thing I don’t understand is why so many rich people, like Bruce Jenner, get such bad work. I went to a great doctor and I’m not a millionaire. Also, $5K on cosmetic procedures in LA isn’t going to get you the best results. Anything substantive is going to cost at least that much, and if you want good work, a fair bit more.

  9. jamal49 says

    Will he be able to get his $5,000 back? Because I’d say the surgery was not successful.

  10. David says

    Gay men are the cruelest. Homophobes are kinder than you guys. When I came out I thought I would finally be accepted and belong somewhere, only to realize that the bitchy nasty queens I was rushing to for love and acceptance were waiting to eviscerate me and shred me to pieces. It’s not the most pleasant world, I guess.

  11. Jersey says

    The video seems to have been removed but the still pic of him in the mirror, while it doesn’t look much like Ryan Gosling, looks pretty good. He should be happy with the results. Why would you want to look exactly like someone else, especially if you’re both actors?

  12. peterparker says

    @Paul R: You wonder why so many rich people get bad plastic surgery? I’m not a plastic surgeon, but my guess is that it is the same reason so many rich people get bad heart surgery, bad orthopedic surgery and bad bunion surgery: a doctor can only do so much, and, perhaps more importantly, the body heals in unpredictable ways.

  13. peterparker says

    Oh…and…this isn’t the first time I’ve seen someone get surgery to look like a popular actor thinking that will help them break into acting. Makes no sense whatsoever.

  14. JMC says

    lmao they literally don’t share one similar facial feature

    at least his surgery looks good even if he looks nothing like ryan gosling

  15. peterparker says

    And another thing: checking out his Facebook page reveals that A) he’s straight B) he supports marriage equality and C) he frequents really cheesy Los Angeles clubs. Go easy on the guy.

  16. paul says

    Wow there are some bitchy queens on here. All in all though, he looks better now than he did before. Give him that.

  17. robroy says

    I’ve always thought Godling’s attractiveness was personality/physicality. Too be honest other than good skin he’s kinda blah.

    It reminds me of an MTV spr isl about two brothers having surgery tolook like Brad Pitt. They looked nothing like him before or after because their entire facial structure was different.

    The one I mourn for is Bruce Jenner. He was quite attractive before the nose job. & the facelift was an obvious disaster.

    Has any famous man ever gotten a decent nose job? Maybe MichaelJJackson’s very first one.

  18. says

    I’ve never quite seen the level of attraction to Ryan Gosling. I mean, I think he’s decent looking enough, but not to the point where everyone is going nuts over him like they are.

  19. wiredream says

    When the hell did Ryan Gosling become a sex symbol?
    Fredo777 – if he weren’t sporting six pack abs, no queen would give his hangdog, goofy looks another glance.

  20. Dr. Hackenslash says

    For another $5 million, I could make him look a lot like Jocelyn Wildenstein.

  21. AllBeefPatty says

    @David

    “Gay men are the cruelest. Homophobes are kinder than you guys. When I came out I thought I would finally be accepted and belong somewhere, only to realize that the bitchy nasty queens I was rushing to for love and acceptance were waiting to eviscerate me and shred me to pieces”

    You were trying to find “love” from nasty queens?

    First mistake.

  22. misha says

    So Gosling has the perfectly architectural face (or whatever)? Haven’t we heard something like this before? An archetypal facial structure describing perfection? The more crap I see like this the more I realize how much we are simply doomed to repeat history one way or another and how f*d up the whole internet is; creating a bigger void for us to fill up our empty lives. If this is what it takes for this guy to be happy (like the Ken Doll guy and that horribly disfigured real-life Barbie) then I really hope that next big asteroid to come close to Earth actually hits and then all this kind of crap will be revealed for the meaninglessness that it really is.

  23. MickyFlip says

    Sorry but anybody who feels the need to change themselves into a celebrity…well, it’s just sad. I’m not sure who’s to blame. The one who paid to have it done? Or the celebrity culture that feeds this belief that it’s acceptable?

  24. Bryan says

    It looks like all they did was iron out the wrinkles he had on his cheeks and jaw? So if you want to look like Ryan Gosling, smoothen out your face. I see…

  25. garryo says

    $5000? That’s not much, so the ‘work’ done was minor (guessing botox and restylane, maybe laser skin treatments.) Doesn’t look like a nose job was on the list, and he’s too young to need a SMAS lift. He looks fine, though; handsome, a real person, not like a mannequin.

  26. ratbastard says

    Dropping 5 grand on cosmetic surgery is a drop in the bucket. I’d suggest the man stop while he’s ahead.

    Humans do bizarre shite.

  27. andrew says

    I would like to look like Bel Ami porn model Kris Evans, but alas, I will just have to make do with what the gods gave me.

  28. says

    If he really wants to look like Ryan Gosling, then that guy is better off spending his $5000 on a really good trainer that makes him do 10,000 sit ups a day so he can get Ryan’s amazing abs.

  29. EchtKultig says

    Thank God he is straight. He can be an embarassment to the straight community instead of being one to the gay community.

  30. ThomT says

    Seems as if this man is either do a refund or a do-over. I don’t think he’s unattractive but I also don’t think he looks like Ryan Gosling.

  31. ThomT says

    @ David – you only get from the party what you bring to the party. It’s like people who move expecting things to change only to discovered that they themselves are the one needing change – not their location. Not to imply that there is anything wrong with you only that if you demand more of yourself you have the right to demand more of others. There are plenty of nasty gay people, just like nasty straight people, but you don’t have to make either a part of your life.