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Barbie My Scene My Bling Bling Barbie Doll

by Mattel

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  • Doll is dripping in faux diamonds and faux jewel-encrusted clothing from head to toe
  • Comes with a hot outfit, a glamorous side fashion, and tons of bling-themed piece count like a fun purse, a cell phone, and make-up
  • Each doll comes with a totally sparkly bling ring for the girl
  • My Scene Collection
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 9.4 x 13 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000A7S596
  • Item model number: J1038
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 10 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #594,638 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
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The My Scene My Bling Bling dolls are all blinged out and ready to party! Each doll is dripping in faux diamonds and faux jewel-encrusted clothing from head to toe. Each doll comes with a hot outfit, a glamorous side fashion, and tons of bling-themed piece count like a fun purse, a cell phone, and make-up. Each doll comes with a totally sparkly bling ring for the girl!

Product Description

This is a new look for Barbie. It is dressed in a sparkling halter top with short leather miniskirt, high white boots and accessorized with jewelry and fur shawl. It comes with another outfit, pocketbook, sunglasses, cell and accessories. Also includes a Ka-Ching - Bling Ring for you. It measures 12" tall.

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Customer Reviews

The short skirts the short tops.
Foolish
Parents: please send positive messages to your children- let them know that dressing like this is NOT OK!
Dolly
I can only imagine the fun toys they will think up next.
Smark13

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sprite Marie on March 1, 2006
I am all for Barbie, but I have to say, this is the sluttiest doll I've ever seen. I have never been a big fan of Bratz dolls, but I have yet to see a Bratz doll that looks this bad. I think it's sad that Mattel feels they have to make this kind of doll to compete with the sales of other trashy looking dolls. The other My Scene Barbies are cute and cool. This doll is just obscene.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Chelsea&Yasmin on January 8, 2006
First off, I would like to apologize for my chatting. I was foolish, and made some mistakes in the past. I have recently been avoiding that, and I'm doing well. I just hope that everyone will forgive and forget.

Now on to my real review...

I recieved My Scene My Bling Bling Barbie for Christmas, so I do own this doll. I'll start with the doll itself; Barbie's slightly wavy blonde hair reaches her mid-back, right on her hips. The hair is parted more to the left side. Her glasses I've yet to remove from her hair;they are white framed with blue lenses. Her eye makeup includes different shades of pink and sparkles. Her eyes are light-blue, with white light refleting in her eyes. Her lips are pink with a darker rim of pink and tons of sparkles which have yet to fall off. Her jewelery is stunning:blues, silvers, and whites. Barbie has a set of earrings, a necklace, a bracelet, a watch, two leg stockings(they begin below the knees and end at the ankles), a placstic purse, silver cell-phone, sparkley silver make-up bag, powder puff, lipstick, eye shadow, and finally an expandable bling ring. Just look at all of those wonderful accessories! Now are those cool sounding, or what? Barbie's boots are realistic looking - ones you'd find in stores. They're silverish-white with the 'crinkle effect'(so chic!), and they have straps with silver beads running down them. Barbie's powder-puff wrap is white with silver strings springing out. Now I've finally reacehed the outfits. First off, allow me to say this shirt IS revealing, but if the wrap is scrunched up, it will NOT look revealing. The halter is translucent below the joining line. The joining line IS the only part of the top that appears on her back. Barbie's belly ring is silver (I know that was random, but I forgot to add it in earlier).
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By NBT0206 on February 4, 2006
I think they should rename the doll. Instead of 'My Bling Bling' Barbie, why not 'My Little Hooker'? It's disturbing to think a toy manufacturer would market these dolls to girls as young as 6 years old, but what disgusts me more are the parents who would buy them.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brianna Ogas on October 17, 2005
You are wasting bandwidth my little children. Some like Bratz as I see, and some like My Scene. Is there a problem with that? No. Is it petty of you to argue about it? Yes. Grow up little chickadees. They are dolls, you are fighting, calling each other names, using words I know your mom would use soap to wash out your mouths with, all over dolls. You are 100% entitled to your opinion, but on this review option you are asked to review this doll, not dish out on the other young girls. Seriously misses, you're being incredibly immature over a petty little thing.

As for my review...I babysit young girls who own both My Scene and Bratz, at the moment they prefer My Scene because their Barbie clothes fit on My Scene. After looking over this doll with their mom, we both decided that these aren't the most tasteful looking dolls. The girls can't wait till they have them, but all in all, it portrays a bad message I think. Bling bling and skimpy outfits? Thanks for the offer, but I'll have to pass. Basically, be careful if you buy these for your children, make sure that they understand that materialism is not as important as a lot of things are saying it to be. The dolls are pretty and have fun and flashy outfits and accessories..but they could have done it without making them look like "Pretty Women".
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By peggy on February 7, 2006
Ok folks!!! What has Mattel done? Besides try to teach our children that it's ok to look like a hooker!! The only thing that this Barbie is missing is Ken so he can be her pimp! Shame on you guys! As of right now my child or I will not be strolling down the Barbie Isle. Come on Mattel STOP AND THINK WHAT HAS BROUGHT YOU THIS FAR THIS LONG!!!!!!!!!!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lizzy on April 12, 2006
Okay, what are we teaching the little girls of today? I am 16 and I'm in search of an appropriate doll for my 6-year-old sister's birthday. She had said something about wanting a "'pretty' bling-bling doll". So Im searching for my scene bling bling dolls and a sluty row of dolls pop out and Im shocked. Okay I have to admit, these dolls are load of fun, and they last forever. Educational value? Zero.0.Zero.0. But I put one because I can't put zero. What was mattel thinking when they put this doll on the rack? We are showing little girls its okay to go out hardly covering what we need to cover. Thats not good. Girls look at dolls as their role models. The little girls of today are going to turn out like this. We better do something. Thats all I have to say.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Hannah Fried on July 17, 2006
A "my scene" emo Ken with stringy black hair, at an angle, covering 3/4 of his face? Wearing a tight tweed sweater and acid-washed ripped jeans with doodles from his past boyfriends AND hot girls? How about the mini razor blade accessory, with cuts on his wrist going across the highway, of course.
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