Bella Hadid Wants To Be Just Like This Celebrity

August 14, 2018 | celebrity | Sam Robeson | 0 Comments


Japanese sex robot Bella Hadid lights up the cover of the new Allure Magazine with her lifeless dour mechanical face, and also apparently possesses the advanced humanoid capability of carrying out an interview. Those Japanese. Bravo. I mean it. The fake model interestingly reveals that she wants to be just like one of the few celebrities who has had more work done than her – Cher:

Cher, I have always been obsessed with…. She still to this day goes out on stage and is so major, and I aspire to be like her for the rest of my life. If you talk to her now she just has so much joy and she’s such an amazing person. And Monica Bellucci is just one of the most beautiful women of all time.

“One of the most beautiful women of all time.” You can tell Hadid’s pop culture reference plugin hasn’t been refreshed since 1977. And what exactly would Hadid do on stage in order to follow in the footsteps of her idol? Does she possess some demonstrable skill of entertainment value outside of this that we should know about? Hadid also opens up to Allure about her mom Yolanda’s cure-all for when her daughters were sick:

My mom always said, ‘Drink water. You have a stomachache, a headache? Drink water.’ It was always the thing that she said would heal everything, and now I’m realizing that she was so right.

It did wonders for Lyme disease. Hopefully all of the Hadids will continue to treat any and all medical ailments with only water for years to come.


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