Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Justin Bieber DOLLs to Hit Store this Holiday Season, December

Move over Barbie, there’s a new doll in town. Justin Bieber has cemented his pop star status with a line of dolls set to hit stores in December. The line of collectible figurines will feature the Biebs decked out in a variety of looks borrowed from his music video and red carpet appearances.

Merchandise company Bravado and the Bridge Direct, Inc. announced Tuesday (September 28) that fans will be able to purchase the toys in time for the holiday season as they’re expected to hit retail stores “on or around” December 4

One set, the Justin Bieber Music Video Collection Singing Figures, plays song 30-second snippets of hits like “Baby” and “One Less Lonely Girl.” The Bieber dolls are priced at priced at $27.99. Another set, priced at $17.99, is called the JB Style Collection.

One figurine shows Bieber holding a guitar and wearing the green hoodie and jeans from his “One Less Lonely Girl” video.

Justin Bieber Dolls are coming in December at Walmart, Toys r US, Target, Amazon and other major retailers in the United States.


  1. wow! they would really do anything to sell the biever! lol

  2. Thanks for the insightful comments on my last blog post!

  3. please tell me it can be used as a dildo... that would be hilarious...

  4. Wow, that pretty cool. Keep me updated.

  5. looks great!
    i like it .

  6. The celebrity-certified headphones business just keeps getting more crowded.
    Rappers 50 Cent and Ludacris recently joined the likes of Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber in the ranks of musicians who either have their own headphones line or models bearing their name.s
    But crescendoing competition doesn't bother Jimmy Iovine, who along with producer-rapper Dr. Dre co-founded Beats Electronics five years ago and launched the high-end headphones craze. "The fact that people are putting money behind marketing sound is good for music," he says. "We know we triggered that and are proud of that."
    Meanwhile, Beats aims to keep its own rhythm going. Just as electronic dance music has begun to break out, the new Beats Mixr headphones ($299), designed with DJ David Guetta, are hitting stores. "I believe this is our best product to date," Iovine says. "In its category, there's nothing close."