11 Celebrities with Their Very Own Toy Doll Doppelgänger
Some would say that the highest celebrity honor is earning a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, casting your handprints in a namesake slab of cement—but we think there’s a form of immortalization that beats even that: having a doll made in your likeness.
Throughout the years, Mattel and fellow toy companies have turned the most high-profile American figures into plastic toys for pop culture-obsessed children, adults, and doll collectors.
Most recently, the company created a Barbie in Ashley Graham’s likeness, which the plus-sized model ensured was made sans thigh-gap. But Graham is far from the first to receive such an honor—the tradition has been in place since 1967, when Twiggy was introduced to the Barbie family.
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Scroll through our collection below to see some of the most notable celebrity dolls.
Ashley Graham, 2016
Graham had one requirement when it came to her mini-me, “She had to have her thighs touch.”
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1998
No one's more iconic than Breakfast at Tiffany's lead Holly Golightly—except maybe the actress who played her, Audrey Hepburn. This edition is just one of many Hepburn-inspired Barbies.
Katy Perry, 2011
This Perry-inspired Barbie was sold at a charity auction in late 2011. The bidding began at $3,250.
Jennifer Lopez, 2013
Play personal stylist to the one and only Jenny from the block.
Ava DuVernay, 2015
The Oscar-nominated director's Barbie doll sold out within minutes of its launch in late 2015.
Heidi Klum, 2009
The perfect accessory for your next Project Runway binge watch.
Nicki Minaj, 2011
Like Perry's doll, Minaj's Barbie was also sold at a charity auction, though its price was a tad higher at $4,855.
Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games, 2012
The Katniss Everdeen Barbie comes with some vital accessories: a bow and set of arrows.
Thank goodness Zendaya's stunning Academy Awards look is forever immortalized in Barbie doll form.
Elizabeth Taylor, 2012
Several Barbie dolls bear the iconic actress's name. This one was released shortly after her death in 2011.
Misty Copeland, 2016
The history-making ballerina made her Barbie doll debut in May 2016.