Mattel creates one-of-a-kind Janet Jackson Barbie® for charity auction

Mattel has really outdone themselves this time. The above picture is a one-of-a-kind Janet Jackson Barbie® created by Mattel. Fans and doll collectors can bid on the doll now through All of the proceeds accumulated from this auction will benefit  Project Angel Food. This doll comes with a certificate of authenticity and a case to display the doll in. The estimated value of this doll is $15,000 USD. Bidding for this doll started on December 1st and will end on December 15, 2010.

Here’s a full desciption of the doll:

What’s a doll to do when she’s face-to-face with multi-Grammy award winning artist and actress Janet Jackson? Swoon! That’s exactly what happened when I met Miss Janet, and I’m beyond thrilled to have been involved in look-alike doll project. Inspired by the ultra-glam black gown she wore during her 2010 American Idol performance, I knew we had to recreate that look for her one of a kind doll. Mattel Designer Jackeline Gonzalez duplicated the black gown, including the body-hugging cat-suit underneath that she revealed during her second, upbeat performance. Her gown is kissed with bling created by countless hand-placed Swarovski crystals. Even her mic is crystal-studded.

Look closely dolls, Janet’s sassy, short hairstyle, unique face and body sculpt and face painting all meticulously duplicate the legendary singer’s features.

Terms: In condition as donated. Cannot be returned or exchanged. Shipping charges may vary based upon the location of the winner.
Donated by: Mattel

Source: CharityBuzz

Posted on December 3, 2010, in ENTERTAINMENT NEWS and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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