Jennifer Lopez is now a Barbie doll.
Earlier this week, two versions of a doll modeled after the singer’s likeness was unveiled. One doll features one of JLo’s looks off the red carpet and the other is a costume she wore during her world tour.
“I wanted to live in Barbie’s world, I wanted to be Barbie,” Lopez says in a video promoting the doll’s release. “I think Barbie represents infinite possibilities.”
Though the doll looks like JLo face-wise, many fans are puzzled as to why the figurines don’t have the singer’s signature curves. It’s obvious Lopez is not a stick figure, but it seems like Mattel is sticking to the doll’s standard body type; no matter which celebrity its coined after.
Mario Lopez Honored with Beautiful Humanitarian Award from the Professional Beauty Association (PBA)
Mario Lopez was honored by the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) at the 24th annual North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA). Lopez received their annual Beautiful Humanitarian Award on July 14, at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
NAHA is the most prestigious photographic beauty competition in North America and celebrates the artistry and skill of the professional salon industry.
“It is my honor to be able to give back and to be involved with so many wonderful charitable organizations. I truly appreciate the Professional Beauty Association for selecting me as the recipient of the 2013 PBA Beautiful Humanitarian Award and all the hard work beauty professionals do to help make others look and feel their best every day,” said Lopez.
Lopez received the 2013 PBA Beautiful Humanitarian Award for his work with a variety of charitable works. Lopez works to raise awareness and funds for many causes that support the positive and healthy development of children and young adults. A champion of many causes, Lopez’s work as an Alumni Ambassador of Fitness with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), and as part of the organization’s BE GREAT campaign, has continually helped bring to light the major issues affecting today’s young people, including the importance of graduating from high school and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In addition to his work with BGCA, Lopez is a passionate supporter of other organizations, including Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Community Youth Athletic Center of Chula Vista, Jameson’s Army, and Padres Contra el Cancer.
Tip- Brad Masterson | Blaire Ritter for PBA/ www.probeauty.org/naha.