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Twenty-one-year old Kirill Tereshin has taken to social media to share photos of his bride-to-be Olesya Malibu.
The Russian bodybuilder posted a snap of them picking out a wedding dress together ahead of their upcoming nuptials, which take place the middle of next month, according to Malibu.
Fast-mover Malibu has already started calling Krill 'husband' and has compared her and him to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Erm, has no one told her that they're divorcing?
Some have accused the couple of staging their relationship and the wedding, but to those naysayers I ask, does this look like a man who would do something stupid just to get likes on the internet?
I think not.
Krill, who recently released a music video, hit headlines last year for his pumped-up biceps which measure a whopping 60cm thanks to regular injections of an oil called synthol.
Despite doctors warning him that injecting the oil could lead to embolisms, nerve damage, strokes, ulcers and a long-list of other terrifying problems, he is undeterred and recently went online to ask fans 'should I increase it 10cm more?' I think I speak for everyone when I say 'no, Krill, for God's sake, stop. What the fuck is wrong with you?'
Obviously our man doesn't just want massive biceps, that would look ridiculous, and he clearly doesn't want that.
So off he went to see a plastic surgeon who gave him a couple of silicone implants into his calves. According to local media, doctors would only agree to carry out the calf surgery if he promised to stop injecting his legs with synthol.
More recently, Krill decided that eating cat food six times a day was the key to body-building success. Can we all chip and get this poor fella a personal trainer?
In a clip revealing his new protein-rich diet, he said: "So guys, I went on a monthly diet again. I will eat cat food in small portions six times a day for a whole month.
"I have a cat here. My baby. Well, let's eat with her. We understand each other."