Barbie is an icon, and so are the celebs on this list of famous people who have been transformed into Barbie dolls! It just goes to show, you're nothing until your face has been cast in Mattel plastic. But sometimes a star's real face doesn't exactly translate into doll form. We'll let you be the judge. Check out our list of the most accurate celebrity Barbie dolls and vote up the ones that look most like the star they're based on!
Twiggy was the first celeb to be cast in Barbie form in 1967. Since then, Mattel has created new Barbie versions of J.Lo, Elizabeth Taylor, Misty Copeland, and many more. Fans of Twilight and The Hunger Games series can have their very own Barbie-sized versions of their favorite characters. Our all-time classic icons have also gotten the Barbie treatment; Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, and Vivien Leigh have all become collectible Barbies. And Cher even has multiple versions! (Mostly because there are so many versions of Cher).
While Barbie is always beautiful, sometimes the translation from star to doll doesn't exactly come out right. That's why it's up to you to decide which celebrity barbie doll most matches their original version. Vote up the official Mattel Barbies that look most like their inspirational celebrity. And if you think these dolls are cool, be sure to check out our list of rare barbies that are worth a lot of money now.
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing wore this dress to the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France, May 12, 2010. Mattel created her Barbie doll in 2014.
Mattel captured Clark Gable as Rhett Butler from Gone with the Wind.
Queen Bey, meet Queen Barbie.
Debbie Harry's Barbie rocks a pink dress.