It seems Miley Cyrus might play for both teams!
The Wrecking Ball singer shared this information
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Barbie is an independent woman who doesn't need no man! And it looks like the doesn't need SeaWorld any longer either!
That's because the Mattel mainstay has officially quit her job as a whale trainer at the controversial aquarium chain.
The toy giant announced on Wednesday that they would no longer be making Barbie's SeaWorld Wildlife Rescuer Doll following all of the public backlash Shamu's captive's have been facing ever since Blackfish came out.
Following the decision, SeaWorld released as statement, saying:
Look who's getting all dolled up!
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:
It's a who-wore-it-better showdown of epic proportions!
On Monday Barbie stepped out in LA wearing a pink-and-black mini dress with scalloped yoke that we immediately noticed looked just like a Victoria by Victoria Beckham dress Posh Spice wore back in 2011!
The question pretty much asks itself!
Who Wore It Better???
Total Votes: 6,470
P.S. Whoever runs this Barbie Instagram — God bless you.
Is this the Barbie doll you've been looking for?
The long-awaited Lammily, sometimes referred to as the "Normal Barbie," is finally available to purchase online!
And just in time for the holidays!
The doll was created based on the proportions of the average 19-year-old girl, and is something that a young girl can look forward to without any fear of body issues.
But it's not just about shape!
Creator Nickolay Lamm has included something very innneresting to go along with the toy:
Harmonizers, how great would it be to own a set of SIGNED dolls modeled after your favorite gals?!
It feels like it was only yesterday the girls were grouped together on X Factor and now they're making moves and taking over the world!
Each doll is a Reflection of their 5H member — isn't that funny how that works? Their respective doll is essentially them but in an adorable tiny-sized form!
Are you dying to know how to win Dinah, Lauren, Ally, Normani, and Camila??
Just comment (below) and let us know how YOU relate to each Fifth Harmony member! There can only be ONE winner, so make it good! You MUST be a U.S. resident. If you're the lucky one chosen, you'll be notified by email.
The contest runs from now until 11 p.m. PST on November 14th! What are you waiting for?! Type away!!
UPDATE: The dolls sold out over the weekend… but you're in luck, Perezcious readers! We have an extra TEN sets of un-autographed dolls to give away to ten lucky Harmonizers! While only ONE lucky winner will get the autographed set, comment below for your chance to win one of the ten un-autographed sets!
[Image via Barbie Collector.]
Yup, just when you thought Barbie and Ken were going to be a couple for all time, Karl swept Barbie off her feet and produced a child with the plastic doll.
Just kidding, that's super creepy!!
But while while the Chanel designer didn't literally reproduce with Barbie, he did team up with Mattel to create an expensive, exclusive, high-fashion Karl Barbie!
The doll is a female version of Mr. Lagerfeld, complete with some of his favorite attire and accessories. Because fingerless gloves are a necessity!!
These dolls won't exactly be child's play, however — there will only be 999 of them made, and they'll retail at around $200 each. Additionally, they'll only be available at Karl Lagerfeld boutiques, Collette, Net-a-Porter, and thebarbiecollector.com starting September 29th.
While it's disappointing that Karl Barbie's high price tag will keep her from being available to the masses, we do have to applaud Mattel for creating such an accurate doll version of the living fashion legend.
She's a spitting image — check out more pics (above)!!