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January 06, 2012  | by: Wendy Vazquez

The Kardashian Sisters

As if these girls didn’t have enough going on in their lives! The Kardashian sisters always seem to be in the media, whether it’s Kim’s recent 72-day marriage, Khloe’s fertility issues, or Kourtney’s unexpected second pregnancy. The past year was filled with story after story about this fascinating family; they’ve got America hooked!  I think it’s safe to say that 2011 was the year of the Kardashians, but will 2012 be the year of a Kardashian Barbie?

Over the years, many celebrities like Farrah Fawcett and Kimora Lee Simmons have had the honor of having their own limited-edition Barbie brand dolls created after them. Recently, rumor had it that the three Kardashain sisters, Kourtney, Kim, and Khloe, were in the talks of creating actual Barbie brand limited-edition dolls that would represent each of them. E! Online is now confirming that this rumor is true!

An undisclosed source close to the girls says that they’re currently planning this all out, and the dolls are said to be available later this year.  Apparently each of them are going to be styled similar to looks you’d find in the Kardashian’s boutique, Dash. As if we weren’t bombarded with enough of this family, now come limited-edition Barbies!

I’ve got to say, I can’t wait to see these dolls. If they dress anything like the actual sisters, then I’m looking forward to seeing their finished looks.

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