OMG, 11 Hilariously Bad Dolls Modeled After Celebrities But Look Unrecognizable At All!

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For most celebrities, it’s not rare to see photos of themselves on social media, in magazines, or in the latest memes. Seeing themselves in the form of a doll, however, is another experience — especially when the doll looks nothing like them.

From a Kelly Osbourne plush doll that is unrecognizable to a Timothée Chalamet ventriloquist figure that freaked out the internet, there have oddly been way too many celebrity doll lookalike fails.

Timothée Chalamet

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This ventrilouqist figure, complete with a doll-sized Chalamet’s Golden Globes embroidered bib ensemble, was listed on eBay for $122,795. It wasn’t necessarily the price of the doll that shocked fans of the actorand eBay shoppers, but rather its alarming appearance.

 

 Emma Watson

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Disney’s Belle-doll ended up looking less like Watson and, according to the internet, more like a frightful mashup of Justin Bieber, the Queen of Hearts, and Lord Farquaad, the main antagonist of the 2001 animated feature film, ” Shrek.”

 

Taylor Swift

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What this doll does well: sing a clip from Taylor Swift’s hit song, “You Belong With Me.” What this doll does poorly: look anything like Taylor Swift.

 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 

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The maker of these Prince Harry and Meghan Markle dolls claimed that they were meant to be fun, and weren’t intended to be realistic replicas of the couple.

 

Lindsay Lohan

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According to Mattel, Lindsay Lohan’s “My Scene” doll was decked out in a movie premiere-ready outfit that included a faux fur-trimmed coat, and came with movie-themed accessories, like a velvet-style rope and a director’s chair.

 

John Travolta

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John Travolta’s doll was called “On Stage: John Travolta Superstar,” and could bend and twist at the waist.

 

Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson’s doll was modeled after his character in Twilight but ended up looking more like a cross between a vampire and Derek Zoolander.

 

Kelly Osbourne

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Osbourne sported pink hair when she was 17 years old and filming her family’s MTV reality show called “The Osbournes.”

 

Harry Styles

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Harry Styles was not pleased about the comparison— at least the creators of the doll did remember to include his famous dimples.

 

Drew Barrymore

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Even though Barrymore is purportedly a big fan of Barbie, her doll looks more like Kathy Griffin.

 

Frida Kahlo

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The controversial doll, which does not depict Frida Kahlo’s famous unibrow or her disability, was not met with approval by Kahlo’s family. They released a statement on Instagram claiming that Mattel “does not have the proper authorization to use the image of Frida Kahlo.”


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OMG, 11 Hilariously Bad Dolls Modeled After Celebrities But Look Unrecognizable At All!
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OMG, 11 Hilariously Bad Dolls Modeled After Celebrities But Look Unrecognizable At All!
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For most celebrities, it's not rare to see photos of themselves on social media, in magazines, or in the latest memes. Seeing themselves in the form of a doll, however, is another experience — especially when the doll looks nothing like them. From a Kelly Osbourne plush doll that is unrecognizable to a Timothée Chalamet ventriloquist figure that freaked out the internet, there have oddly been way too many celebrity doll lookalike fails.
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