Mattel unveils a new doll made to look like 18-year-old Mean Girls actress

By Marla Lehner
Updated February 15, 2005 04:00 PM

Lindsay Lohan has officially made it big – or small.

The Mean Girls star is becoming a Barbie, literally. Mattel is making a doll in the actress’s likeness due to hit store shelves in June.

The red-haired plastic creation, dressed in a low-cut, figure-hugging dress and a fur-trimmer coat, lives up to Lohan’s fashionable reputation. The doll also comes with her very own director’s chair and a velvet rope, a reference to Lohan’s famous club-hopping ways.

The first peek at the actual Lohan doll will come at the annual American International Toy Fair, which starts Sunday in New York and concludes Feb. 23. The doll, part of the Mattel’s “My Scene” line, will retail for about $30.

Lohan, 18, also starred in Freaky Friday and is filming her latest project, Just My Luck, in New Orleans.