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Stars and their Barbies

This flaxen-haired Barbie (above) has been specially commissioned to represent a certain iconic 70s pin-up, but can you guess who? The lady in question is not the first star to be immortalised in Barbie form - in fact dozens of celebrities have been given a makeover courtesy of our favourite plastic heroine over the years.

In the gallery below you'll see a selection of Barbies immediately followed by an image of the famous names they were modelled on. Can you guess the celebrities from their Barbie doppelgangers? Give it a try just for fun with the images below...

Click the first image to launch the gallery. To avoid giving the game away, we've not shown the stars faces in the preview images below. Can you guess them all correctly first time? Let us know which you got and which you struggled with in the comments section below.

Picture Credits: Splash and Rex Features

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