Lindsay Lohan Has A Jokehan Doll

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is not exactly the type of girl that young girls should be encouraged to model themselves after. Do we really want young children to be subjected to the love triangle of , Hilary Duff, and Aaron Carter? Do we want this new doll to have a Paris Hilton sidekick? Of course not. These are not the people that children should be looking up to…ever. What happened to the days of Barbie and Skipper? Must we be bombarded with teen icons that have had relatively no significant contribution to the world? Nothing of her lifestyle is remotely interesting. She is composed of nothing more than makeup and bleached white smile, and some how this gives off the impression that she is worthy of having a doll made in her likeness because she has made a few trivial films and blasé pop songs.

The pop and movie icon will have a doll made in her honor.
It has recently been announced that the famous Mattel, the company most known for its production of Barbie, is coming out with another doll in the likeness of Lindsay Lohan. Many, including myself, have begun to question why a multi-million dollar company would create a doll after someone as trivial as Lindsay Lohan. Is it her unbearable vocal attempts? Is it her lackluster performances in movies that only pre-teens care to see? Or is it simply the fact that the real Lohan is just as plastic as her soon to be miniature version?

As a young girl, Barbies overflowed my toy chests. Naturally, her accessories accompanied her as well including mini high heels, patio sets, fluorescent pink corvettes, and who could forget, Barbie’s long time lover, Ken. But let us begin to ponder the accessories of the Lindsay Lohan Barbie doll-a miniature Wilmer Valderrama to take her out on dates, a bottle of red hair dye, and a tanning bed to maintain her orange complexion.

Lindsay Lohan is not exactly the type of girl that young girls should be encouraged to model themselves after. Do we really want young children to be subjected to the love triangle of Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff, and Aaron Carter? Do we want this new doll to have a Paris Hilton sidekick?-of course not. These are not the people that children should be looking up to…ever. What happened to the days of Barbie and Skipper? Must we be bombarded with teen icons that have had relatively no significant contribution to the world? Nothing of her lifestyle is remotely interesting. She is composed of nothing more than makeup and bleached white smile, and some how this gives off the impression that she is worthy of having a doll made in her likeness because she has made a few trivial films and blasé pop songs.

If Lindsay Lohan is being transformed into a doll, who is next in line? Hilary Duff, Avril Lavigne, Ruben Studdard, Paris Hilton? It seems as if there is nothing stopping this trend from continuing. Yes, other Barbie dolls have been made in the past of pop singers such as Britney Spears and Cristina Aguilera, but they had somewhat of an impact on the music world when they originally debuted; however, copying Lohan seems to be somewhat of a stretch. She is nothing more than a child star, milking her moment in the spotlight for all it is worth.

In twenty years, no one is going to remember who Lindsay Lohan was or why she had a doll made after her. Most likely, she will be on the twenty-fourth season of the Surreal Life, with other washed up celebrities, attempting to recapture her youth. She is barely on the Hollywood B List and this promotion makes her status even more laughable. The bottom line is that Lindsay Lohan is hardly worth neither the time nor the money to be made into a pop icon, never mind a doll.


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