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Here's The "Perfect" Celebrity Woman (According to Men)

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Nobody's perfect.

But thanks to plastic surgery, Photoshop, and life-size Asian sex dolls, we have a pretty good idea of what "perfect" looks like.

And it's downright creepy.

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In the spirit of the Halloween season, Hollyscoop.com asked men to assemble their perfect woman. This Frankenstein of celebrity females includes the Bambi-esque eyes of Zooey Deschanel, the eyebrows of Megan Fox, the smile of Duchess Kate Middleton, the boney jawline of Victorian Beckham, the nose of Scarlett Johansson, the hair and curves of Sofia Vergara, the toned arms and legs of Jennifer Aniston, the breasts of Jennifer Love Hewitt, and the abs of No Doubt front woman Gwen Stefani.

And while the end product in this Modge Podge of male fantasy is only slightly disturbing, it's the complete disregard for personality traits that has us weeping like Claire Danes.

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