Billie Eilish Announces Dolls Based On Music Video Personas


Billie Eilish is keeping the collector's items comin'. Just a few weeks ago, she launched a signature ukulele with Fender, and on Monday (September 21) she announced a line of dolls that are based off her personas in the "Bad Guy" and "All The Good Girls Go To Hell" videos.

The first shows the singer dressed in her yellow hoodie and matching pants. "The doll is authentic to how she appears in the ["Bad Guy"] video featuring a life-like head sculpt, rooted hair, real fabric signature yellow outfit, classic yellow tennis shoes and accessories," a description reads. "Billie will come packed out in a very eco-friendly, corrugated window box that transforms into a dioramic display."

The second comes complete with broken angel wings that feature "18 points of articulation and comes with her 3 pivot point, back wings featured in the ["All The Good Girls Go To Hell"] video."

The "Bad Guy" doll is going for $29.99 and can be pre-ordered here, while the "All The Good Girls Go To Hell" costs $19.99 and can be pre-ordered here.

Over the weekend, Eilish received a stellar review on her new ukulele. My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way posted a photo of the instrument on Instagram, hinting that he's recording a song with it.

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