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Lady Gaga will design own doll for Mattel

Mother monster gets a monster toy

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Lady Gaga is designing a doll for Mattel’s Monster High toy line, Mattel announced on Friday.

The pop star and Natali Germanotta, a costume designer and the singer’s sister, will design the doll in Lady Gaga’s likeness.

In an interview with Refinery29, the singer’s sister, 23, said the dolls are meant for children who have outgrown Barbie.

“I like to live by a motto for myself: ‘Be the most vulnerable me I can be.’ And through the collaboration, I feel like the doll really represents showing your unique self and being the most vulnerable you,” Germanotta says.

The Monster High line will work in collaboration with the Born This Way Foundation  for the #KindMonsters campaign, with all proceeds going towards the organization.

The charity was founded by Mother Monster herself  and is “committed to supporting the wellness of young people, and empowering them to create a kinder and braver world,” according to the official website.

The doll will be released this fall.

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