Who would have known that one infectious love-stoned hit called "Baby" would propel the career of sixteen year old lad Justin Bieber? One minute he was just uploading videos of himself in YouTube, the next he was being contacted by a former marketing executive scouting for new talents. Hail he wonders of YouTube.
Whatever your feelings are about the song "Baby" or about teen idols with windblown unruly hair in particular, Justin Bieber is here to stay.
All the more this December because now he's immortalized as a singing doll. Yes, Justin Bieber has now got singing dolls to his name, in all his likeness and singing prowess.
Slated to be released as early as December 4th, the Justin Bieber singing dolls come in five different looks, all sporting the teen idol's signature hairdo, of course. For the Justin Bieber Basic Doll, there's street wear, awards wear, and red-carpet wear. The two official Justin Bieber Singing dolls, on the other hand, can sing clips of "Baby" and "One Less Lonely Girl."
It's the Justin you'll want to and can legally (without the kidnapping charges) take home with you, at least for the Bieber fans out there.
Take for example the doll which plays 30 seconds of "One Less Lonely Girl".Here, Justin wears the exact same clothing as in his music video: dark electric pink shirt, soft-hooded green jacket, dark jeans, and black sneakers, not to mention his "JB" bling bling and, of course, his signature windblown hairdo. The Bieber singing dolls also come with a very detailed guitar, microphone, and mini fan magazine.
Suffice it to say, each of the 12-inch Bieber dolls are made of high-quality plastic and fabric, elaborately-detailed and painted. An honest-to-goodness homage indeed to Bieber's adolescent highness. Justin is not the first singer to get immortalized in a singing doll though. Contemporary singers such as Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, and Joe Jonas have also gotten their own doll treatment, and were a hit in toy stores, just like their songs.
The Justin Bieber singing dolls are recommended for children ages 6 and up. Officially, the toy's debut is on December 4, 2010, but some websites are already taking orders. Prices are still subject to change.