She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
[Image via WENN.]
Take that, gender stereotypes!
FINALLY Mattel has decided to feature a boy in a Barbie commercial for the first time ever! They selected three adorable children to be in the ad for their line of Moschino dolls, but we have to say it's the tiny man who stole our heart!
In the spot, the cute kid exclaims:
"Moschino Barbie is so fierce!"
You're so right, little guy!
The camera TOTALLY loves this precious munchkin, especially when he winks at the end of the advertisement. Seriously, when you see this, you're going to die!
Ch-ch-check out the commercial (below) to see Mattel and Moschino totally shatter gender stereotypes!
What a beautiful moment!
Z took to Instagram, writing on one photo:
"When I was little I couldn't find a Barbie that looked like me, my…how times have changed. Thank you @barbie for this honor and for allowing me to be apart of your diversification and expansion of the definition of beauty. Can't wait to keep doing amazing things with you😘😘😘#besuper @luxurylaw @theshelbyswain"
While the powerful statement obviously wasn't lost on the 19-year-old, it also caught the eye of the ultimate Barbie, Nicki Minaj!
She took to social media on Sunday, saying:
Khloe Kardashian is quickly disappearing!
Seriously, we can't get over how many people in Hollywood are shimmying their waists into these things, despite scary warnings from medical professionals!
KoKo captioned the unbelievable and trendy snap posted Thursday to Instagram:
"Who doesn't love a good waist trainer/bathroom selfie 😝 make sure you follow my girl @premadonna87@waistgangsociety for the best trainers in the game. Head over to www.whatsawaist.com to get hooked up!! lets snatch that waist 💋💋💋."
Let's "snatch that waist"?! Wow, the reality star seems really serious about minimizing her midriff!
P.S. Can you believe how ample Khloe's butt looks in this pic?!
[Image via Instagram.]
It's that time of the month for "Real Barbie"!
In a move to educate young girls about menstruation, a company responsible for the Lammily Doll, which alleges to be the only "real" Barbie-type doll with average body proportions, is marketing what they call a "period party package".
Umm, we've never seen "period" and "party" in the same sentence, but okay!
This is the best news we've heard in a while!!
But it couldn't be more perfect, and it's about time!
Barbie made the announcement to Twitter on Friday, writing: