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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2012
She's a Barbie, and looks like every other Barbie, with two exceptions. First, her skirt was very hard to remove. My seven-year-old needed help with that, in fact, at first we thought it didn't come off at all. And then it turned out that the bodice is painted onto the doll's body. Again, fine, but for many girls, I think the whole point of Barbies is changing the clothes, so in that respect, Tori doesn't work that way. Also, she has a voice box, controlled by a button at her neck that plays a version of "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" and another song from the Princess and the Popstar video. There is no volume control, so I would say that's a drawback. My daughter seems to like it though, and isn't that what matters?