Jennifer Lopez Has a Fabulous Barbie That Wears Zuhair Murad

Pin It
Pin It
Jennifer Lopez has a new Barbie collection, and the dolls are as fabulous as you might expect. Check out the details behind the dolls, plus how they stirred up controversy upon their release. Jennifer Lopez has a Barbie, and she's about as fabulous as you might expect.

The "Hit the Floor" crooner posted a couple of videos of the dolls on her Instagram recently, one of which showed the Barbie singing and dancing to "Get Right."

"Limitation only exist in our minds. But if we learn how to use #imagination, the possibilities of our world become limitless." #Bronx2TheDreamhouse," J.Lo wrote alongside the video.

The J.Lo Barbie collection features two Barbie dolls--one red carpet doll dressed in the striped Zuhair Murad gown the singer-actress wore to the Oscars in 2012, and another World Tour doll that has flowing, wavy hair and is suited up in a shimmery, sheer onesie from her "Dance Again" world tour.

"Follow your dreams like @JLo! Her versatile talents and style are captured in two new Barbie dolls.," The Official Barbie Twitter wrote, along with a photo of the two diva dolls.

According to Yahoo!, critics of the doll have complained that the J.Lo Barbies don't have enough curves, considering they were modeled after the Parker star.

Users on Twitter said everything from the doll "needs a bigger bootie," to "she's waaaay too skinny."

Upon the release of the dolls though, Barbie director of design Robert Best told the site, "We created a specialty sculpt that has more enhanced curves," adding that J.Lo was pleased with the result.

What do you think of J.Lo's Barbie? Love it? Or hate it?

Sound off in the comments!

Want More? Like us on Facebook
Gallery | Jennifer Lopez's Hottest Looks


Join Our Newsletter
Stay fetch. Sign up for The Cray, our daily roundup of all things buzzworthy. From Kylie Jenner's trendsetting style (btw, puberty goals AF) to life-changing tech news (tweeting an emoji to order a pizza #YES), The Cray is all you need to impress the squad.
Privacy Terms