Michael Jackson’s real face without surgery, according to AI and 3D technology

The King of Pop was characterized by undergoing several aesthetic procedures from a young age

Michael Jackson's Real Face Without Surgery According To Ai And 3d Technology
A documentary showed the appearance of the music icon who died more than 15 years ago. (Photocomposition “Teen Faces of Michael Jackson”)

A digital reconstruction work using artificial intelligence revealed what the late King of Pop Michael Jackson would look like today if he hadn’t undergone a series of cosmetic surgeries since 1979.

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The result, according to the documentary “Teen Faces of Michael Jackson,” shows a man who remarkably resembles his brother Jackie Jackson, with whom he shared the stage in The Jackson 5.

This use of technology is very common to recreate the physical appearance of several music and entertainment figures who died such as: Kurt Cubain, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, among others.

What Michael Jackson’s face would look like without surgery

The appearance of the King of Pop changed with the aesthetic procedures he was performing
The appearance of the King of Pop changed with the aesthetic procedures he was performing. (Photo: flickr/kronicit)

The digital reconstruction process that led to these revealing results began with a meticulous analysis of photographs and videos of the singer prior to his initial cosmetic procedures.

Using advanced artificial intelligence techniques and 3D modeling, they were able to obtain images, which offer a detailed perspective of how Jackson would have aged naturally.

The results presented in the documentary have surprised many, offering an unprecedented vision of the controversial and acclaimed “King of Pop”.

When Michael Jackson Started Undergoing Plastic Surgery

Since his launch to fame with Thriller, Michael Jackson has been having some surgeries on his nose
Since his launch to fame with Thriller, Michael Jackson has been having some surgeries on his nose. (Photo: Paramount+)

Michael Jackson began undergoing cosmetic procedures just before releasing his fifth solo album, “Off the Wall,” in 1979. His discomfort with his appearance, especially his nose, led to a series of surgeries.

According to statements made by several close to the late artist such as his sister Toya Jackson, dissatisfaction with the initial results motivated him to undergo more operations.

For example, by 1983, by the time of the release of “Thriller,” Jackson had already undergone multiple surgeries on his nose, cheekbones, and eyelids. Nine years later, in 1991, his skin had visibly changed due to vitiligo, a dermatological condition from which the artist suffered.

The aforementioned documentary indicates that Michael Jackson underwent more than 100 surgical procedures, including changes to his hair, eyebrows, mouth, and other areas of the body. This accumulation of surgeries completely transformed her original appearance.

What other artists have been recreated with artificial intelligence

Musicians like Kurt Cobain were recreated by AI
Musicians like Kurt Cobain were recreated by AI. (Photo: Pixlr AI)

Along with this digital reconstruction of the King of Pop, AI has revolutionized the way historical figures and iconic artists are perceived by allowing us to visualize what they would look like in this era if they had aged naturally. Several celebrities have been the subject of these digital recreations, providing a new and intriguing perspective.

Elvis Presley

One of the most iconic artists who has been recreated using AI techniques is Elvis Presley. Using advanced 3D modeling techniques, it has been possible to show what the “King of Rock and Roll” could have looked like if he had aged without the surgical interventions and health problems he suffered in life.

Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury, the eternal leader of Queen, has also been the subject of digital reconstructions. AI-generated images have made it possible to visualize a possible version of Mercury today, capturing both natural aging and possible changes in his personal style.

Marilyn Monroe

Actresses such as Marilyn Monroe were also digitized
Actresses such as Marilyn Monroe were also digitized. (Photo: REUTERS)

Marilyn Monroe, one of Hollywood’s most enduring icons, has been another digitally recreated figure. Through the use of AI, it has been possible to imagine what the actress would have looked like if she had overcome the difficulties of her personal life and aged healthily.

John Lennon

John Lennon, co-founder of The Beatles, has also been depicted in AI-generated images, showing an aged version of the musician.

Kurt Cobain

In addition, Kurt Cobain, the leader of Nirvana, has been digitally recreated, providing a glimpse into how his appearance would have changed over time.

These digital reconstructions not only generate enthusiasm and melancholy in fans, but also invite reflection on the influence of aging and the pressures of fame on the lives of these iconic artists.



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