Elvis and Priscilla Presley
Prince William and Kate Middleton
Please get in formation with this Destiny's Child-era Beyoncé Barbie, because it definitely belongs on your nightstand. Nothing lures in a Tinder date like an adult woman owning a Barbie, right?!
Werk, Cher Barbie, WERK.
We can only assume "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" is code for "Girls Just Wanna Play with Barbies at the Age of 28 and Not Be Judged, K Bye."
We have "Endless Love" for this Diana Ross Barbie, and frankly there "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" to keep us away from it, though at the end of the day our motto continues to be "I Will Survive." (Sorry for literally all of that.)
If it's wrong to say Barbie Priscilla and Barbie Elvis are relationship goals, we don't want to be right.
In which we literally cannot tell IRL Emmy Rossum apart from her Barbie doll.
Selma director Ava Duvernay was made into a Barbie as part of Mattel's "Shero" collection honoring powerful women. No one is more worthy.
Oh look, it's Farrah Fawcett's famous 1976 poster come to life! And by "come to life," we mean made into a tiny doll for children who are inexplicably into retro Charlie's Angels re-runs.
Since the majority of us will never be actual princesses, we should probably live life vicariously through this Barbie Grace Kelly, right?
Honestly, it's impossible to look at this doll and *not* have an inexplicable urge for coffee and a side of diamonds.
Kind of offended that J.K.'s Barbie doesn't come with a sorting hat, but we'll take it.
Clap-clap-clap to the Barbie hair team, because this shag is
Okay, we see you guys, but where is the cute bored flower girl doll?
This is our favorite celebrity Barbie of the bunch for obvious reasons relating to cupcakes.
Heidi helped pick an outfit for her Barbie, and said it was "very important" that she wear cute underwear underneath.
Kinda wish this Barbie was wearing Jennifer's infamous 2000 Grammy dress, but guess we get the J.Lo we deserve.
Note the face mole. It's all in the subtle detail work, guys.
Reppin' Barbie's favorite color like it ain't no thing.
Misty Copeland is The American Ballet Theater's first African American Principle Dancer, so yeah—this doll is much more than a simple toy.
Doll Shakira's hips don't lie, that's all we're saying, mmmkay?
Apparently, Elizabeth Taylor approved "the face sculpt" on this doll, so do with that information what you will.
Before Heidi, there was Twiggy. Before Twiggy, there was nothing.