People Can’t Get Over How Much This Model Looks Like a Barbie Doll
Whatever your feelings are about Barbie, you can’t deny that people definitely have a fascination with the doll. Every time a celeb dresses like the classic childhood toy, it makes headlines. Former America’s Next Top Model contestant Nyadak Duckie Thot, better known as Duckie Thot, is getting a lot of attention right now not for dressing like a Barbie, but for actually looking like one.
Recently, the Sudanese Australian model posted a photo to Instagram, captioning it coyly: “Ducks after dark.” And whether it’s the lighting, her flawless posing, or the power of matte makeup, she definitely looks like a life-sized Barbie doll. Twitter is stunned, and can you blame them?
I won't believe she's real until I see her in person 😍
— la fresa nina (@NinaSerafina) June 28, 2017
Serious question tho…i thought she was a doll lol
— Malcolm's_Lane (@malcolmlane64) June 28, 2017
What the hell- I thought this was a literal doll, you're skin is literally glowing 😍😍😍
— Jadie 💘 (@RosesHairFlip) June 27, 2017
A literal doll 😍
— Dominique 💕🐝 (@ryansd3stinys) June 27, 2017
This is perfection in a picture 😭😭😭
— indiannie jones (@pheezkneez) June 27, 2017
Is this a person or a doll? I'm confused.
— Claire Huxtable (@_wildwildWEST) June 28, 2017
thought this was a barbie for a good solid 5 minutes
— ____justin (@cyberkingg) June 27, 2017
can somebody send this picture to Mattel
— jaylen 🇰🇳 (@princesaxjay) June 29, 2017
Wait so…..she ain't a doll
— ~andy~ (@artngeI) June 29, 2017
soooo … THIS NOT A BARBIE DOLL ? pic.twitter.com/jK3P6cYOb2
— 🅱️ (@rorycbucks) June 29, 2017
I really thought this was a doll I had to zoom in like 5times
— peng thing ⚡️ (@Anthonia__F) June 29, 2017
Thot has since updated her followers with a few cheeky comments:
I'm not perfect. Sometimes, a girl slips pic.twitter.com/T3PY3kymWY
— Duckie Thot (@duckie_thot) June 28, 2017
Yeah… we need a Duckie barbie doll. @Barbie what's good?? 👀
— Duckie Thot (@duckie_thot) June 27, 2017
Her fans seem to be in agreement, saying they would nominate her to have a Barbie made in her image. It would definitely be great for children to have even more diverse Barbies, as one Twitter user commented, saying, “Isn’t it inspiring, little Sudanese girls playing with a beautiful Sudanese barbie doll.”
Hey, Mattel, you listening?
What do you think of Duckie Thot’s photo? Would you get a Duckie Barbie? Tell us @BritandCo!