This week marks the 50th anniversary of the world's most iconic doll, Barbie. While her shapely figure has managed to transcend the decades to become a superstar toy, these 20 celebs have not fared quite as well going from stardom to doll-dom …
Britney Spears: Six versions of Brit dolls were launched in 1999 and they instantly sold out. We're still holding out for the Bald Britney Barbie (K-Fed, kids, career meltdown and subsequent comeback accessories not included).
Donald Trump: The talking 12-inch version of the Donald (which could be easily confused for a George Bush doll) isn't really fun for kids to play with. He basically just fires people who don't even work for him and files for bankruptcy.
Cher: Wearing the original "leather, lace and legs" ensemble from her "Turn Back Time" music video, 1980's Cher Barbie is most certainly not for children.
Hilary Duff: Mattel's Red Carpet Hilary Duff doll is so true to life that she's hard to tell apart from the real thing. I mean, she's got Hilary's pretend silver Oscars and everything!
Lindsay Lohan: In 2005, Mattel released a LiLo doll, which came with its own velvet rope, a director's chair and accessories (like other people's pants with coke in them). Keep an eye out for the DJ Ronson Ken doll!
"Desperate Housewives": The women of Wisteria Lane sure like to play. The likeness of Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria, Nicollette Sheridan, Felicity Huffman and Marcia Cross were immortalized as desperate housedolls in 2007 by Madame Alexander.
Taylor Swift: Exclusively sold at Wal-Mart, the themed Taylor Swift dolls came with outfits inspired by the singer's real-life wardrobe. In case you're wondering, Taylor's Joe Jonas ex-boyfriend voodoo doll is sold separately.
Kimora Lee Simmons: Created by Simmons herself (who else?), the limited-edition Kimora Barbie comes replete with a full-length faux chinchilla coat and a re-creation of Kimora's own dog, Zoe. This doll lives "Life in the Fab Lane."
Shakira: The Shakira Barbie came clad in the singer's leather outfit from her "Objection (Tango)" video. Boys and girls alike could play with the Latin pop star "Whenever, Wherever." Those doll hips don't lie.
The Golden Girls: Dollmaker … er, "doll artist" … Alesia Newman recreated our favorite frisky ladies from "The Golden Girls." Thank you for being a doll!
"High School Musical" cast: Since most of the people really into "High School Musical" still play with dolls anyway, this one was sort of a no-brainer. And for the older fans, the Vanessa Hudgens doll is anatomically correct!
Robert Pattinson: Tonner Doll Company capitalized on "Twilight" fever by releasing this Edward Cullen doll. Fangs and swooning tweens from Hot Topic not included.
Miley Cyrus: Miley's Hannah Montana doll is approved for children 4 and up, but just don't take its picture.
Beyonce: Mattel created Destiny's Child dolls for the Barbie's Famous Friends line. We love Beyonce as Barbie, but when will we get to see the Jigga Ken?
Hayden Panettiere: Mezco created a line of "Heroes" dolls which included this Claire (played by Hayden Panettiere) figure. Unfortunately this doll does not have the power of self-healing so keep it away from little brothers who rip off doll heads.
Paris Hilton: Paris' line of Steffi dolls finally provides young girls with the toy role model they need.
Katy Perry: Integrity Toys released a miniaturized version of Katy Perry last year. She's perfect for kissing other dolls.
Boy George: You may have forgotten, but before Boy George was getting in trouble for drug possession and imprisoning male prostitutes, he was the lead singer for the '80s band Culture Club, and was a toy that kids were encouraged to play with.
Barack Obama: Yes you can (play with a president doll).
Snoop Dogg: Vital Toys released this Snoop dolly doll back in '02. Yes, it's a Snoop Dizzle Barbizzle.