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Move away Valeria Lukyanov, there is another human Barbie named Lolita Richi and she claims to be all natural with no plastic surgery ever done.
6 hrs ago | Barron's
Barbie is having a rough year, and it's not because little girls have stopped wanting toys.
I have to confess I'd never really been to a home and garden show, even though I've owned a home and something that passes for a garden for nearly 20 years.
New York City councilmember Ben Kallos recently introduced legislation to ban fast-food toys that accompany unhealthy kids' meals, and our friends over at the Science of Us asked a marketing professor if it's an effective strategy to combat obesity.
Mattel's " career of the year " doll this year is Entrepreneur Barbie, and who better to take inspiration for the figurine than Global New's parenting columnist Erica Diamond? Last year she started the Get Off The Fence Movement , which inspires people to take the leap to get off the fence and better their lives.
The latest rage in the " Human Barbie " craze - the Barbie imitation craze - is 16-year-old Lolita Richi.
You've seen the Barbie dolls. You've seen the little girls dressed up like Barbie.
But it appears many little girls grew up wanting to look just like her, and now they're walking the earth - a freaky army of wide-eyed, tiny-waisted living dolls.
OH NO. The world has a new human barbie with one 16 year-old-claiming her doll-like look is all natural with no surgery or diet required.
STRETCHING the truth? Clive Palmer has denied flying to Perth to fix relations with his only Chinese-born senator.
Valeria has made some very interesting and bizarre comments over the years, finding herself being mocked by many but could this attention work in her favour.
A VOTE next month on the other side of the world could have far-reaching consequences for us in Australia - and could lead to a change in our flag.
For most of us, we grow out of playing with Barbies before we hit puberty. . We stopped playing with her because Barbie has it all and is constantly perfect, and we can't relate to that as we grow up.
Lego's groundbreaking female-scientists set sold out almost immediately after it was released this month.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 06:57 am
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