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Two Jennifer Lopez Barbie dolls hit the shelves in 2013, one featuring a tiny version of the Zuhair Murad gown the star wore to the 2012 Oscars, and the other a glittering outfit from her Dance Again world tour.
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The Olympic gymnast received her mini-me ahead of the 2016 Rio Games. "My older sister and I used to play with Barbies and create these dramatic fantasy stories, so it's such a huge honor," she told PEOPLE at the time.
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FAITH HILL & TIM MCGRAW
The country couple's plastic likenesses debuted in 2011.
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The Vivienne Westwood gown Zendaya wore to the 2015 Oscars is now available in Barbie size. "I'm excited to be a part of the new direction the Barbie brand is headed, specifically how they are celebrating diversity in the line and encouraging kids to raise their voices," she said when news of her little doppelgänger was announced.
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The model's doll was included in Barbie's 2009 Blonde Ambition Collection. "I am so into Barbie. It has been a dream come true," she told PEOPLE.
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PRINCE WILLIAM & PRINCESS KATE
The British royals' wedding styles were commemorated with Barbie and Ken dolls to celebrate their one-year anniversary in 2012.
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The Barbie version of the Selma director was available just in time for Christmas 2015.
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The singer and her Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams received two Barbie treatments. In 2016, Beyoncé showed she still has love for the doll when she and her family donned Barbie Halloween costumes.
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Released in 2009, the legendary star's Barbie includes a re-creation of an outfit she originally designed for herself.
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The American Ballet Theatre star teamed up with Mattel in 2016 for the "You Can Be Anything" campaign. Her doll sports a red tutu and hairpiece inspired by her role in Firebird.
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The 2011 miniature McEntire creation pays tribute to the singer's hit "Fancy" with a red and gold gown.
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The Ross Barbie, which was introduced in 2003, wears a stunning silvery gown that's fit for a true star.
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Mattel made a one-of-a-kind doll version of the model in 2016 as part of the "Shero" campaign. "It was important that the Barbie resembled me as much as possible. The thighs touching was one way to show young girls that it's okay for your thighs to touch, despite society saying that a 'thigh gap' is more beautiful," Graham told The Hollywood Reporter about her involvement in the doll's design.
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