Look who's getting all dolled up!
Emmy Rossum snapped this selfie with her doll doppelganger Friday before Variety's Power of Women Luncheon in NYC.
She captioned the Instagram pic:
"So excited to be honored by @variety today. And#Mattel made me my very own Emmy Barbie. #Shero#BeSuper #pinchme"
The Shameless actress and animal activist wasn't the only one seeing double that day!
Toy manufacturer Mattel selected six powerful women to be part of their Barbie Shero (she-hero) project!
Broadway babe Kristin Chenoweth, country star Trisha Yearwood, Selma director Ava DuVernay, Lucky magazine editor Eva Chen, and five-year-old fashion designer Sydney Keiser were also honored at last week's event with Barbies crafted in their likenesses.
The Sheroes of the day were so excited to be a part of the project! Like Emmy, Eva also took to social media to show her gratitude, while Trisha gushed:
"I'm honored that they asked me to be a part of this. I think about the women in my life that have been my Sheroes, and my mom is the one that comes to mind."
But if you try racing to Target to snag one of these unique dolls for yourself, you're going to be sorely disappointed.
The one-of-a-kind Barbies were auctioned off after the ceremony, and the proceeds went to the charity of the Shero's choosing.
But, if you want to see just how uncanny the resemblances are, ch-ch-check out all the dolls (below)!
[Image via Emmy Rossum/Instagram.]
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