Thanks to People's StyleWatch, we got a glimpse of what happens when Barbie meets Twilight.
As a tribute to the on-screen lovers, Barbie has created a set of dolls modeled after Robert Pattinson's Edward Cullen and Kristen Stewart's Bella Swan. Featuring Robert's strong jaw line and vampire-glow and Kristen's long brunette hair and innocent face, the dolls are almost an exact replica of the stars.
We wouldn't go so far as to say the dolls are exact replicas, but who cares? Now that Rob has confirmed his romance with Kristen the prospect of undressing them is even more exciting. (Come on, you never undressed your Barbie and Ken dolls so they could get "cozy"?) In fact, we think it will be so much fun playing with our Rob and Kristen dolls that we'd like to ask the good folks over at Mattel to whip up a few more celeb couples for us to play with. Here are the celebs we'd like to see turned into Barbie dolls.
Jon and Kate Gosselin. The Gosselin dolls are for the child of divorce (or the child with seven siblings). They're perfect for replaying fights between your parents, and you've never owned a doll with a haircut like this. Miniature crooked houses sold separately.
Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer. If HBO can get True Blood the drink into production we think they can convince Mattel to bring the recently engaged co-stars to toy store shelves. Hell, just make the Edward Cullen doll an inch shorter and dye his hair black and you've got Moyer's Bill Compton.
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson. Mattel could make history with the first-ever celebrity lesbian Barbies. The Lindsay doll would come with two sets of hair, blond and red. Samantha would be made from the Skipper mold, and would come with a lock for the front door of the Barbie mansion. Sold separately or together.
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and Pete Wentz. While it may seem as though sister Jessica Simpson would make the better Barbie, don't count Ashlee out. Her red hair would give the typical Barbie a little diversity and since hubby Pete Wentz is comfortable enough to cross-dress and wear heels, only one set of clothing would be needed for the duo.