Farrah Fawcett has been immortalized in plastic with her very own Barbie.
The new Black Label Collection doll depicts the late actress posing in her famous red swimsuit in front of a striped blanket, recreating the iconic '70s poster.
The uniquely sculpted Barbie uncannily mimics Farrah’s mega-watt smile, and features perfectly feathered hair and even a tiny gold necklace.
Collectors and Farrah fans can purchase the doll for $34.95 at Barbiecollector.com.
What do you think of the late star's toy replica - is it cool or creepy?
In a perfectly timed interview with Out magazine, Tori Spelling said she contacted the late Farrah Fawcett through John Edward, whom she calls a “world-renowned psychic."
As she told Out, “If it had been some psychic that I'd walked in off the street for five bucks it would have been different.”
But since it came through John Edward, "it was pretty surreal," Spelling added.
The "In Memoriam" section has become an awards show staple: tasteful music played under images of the past year's notable dearly departed in that particular industry.
There will always be disagreements over the length of the piece, who rated highest on the "death-meter" with the most applause, the music (I'm a huge James Taylor fan, but I heard from people who thought his rendition of "In My Life" was inappropriate or otherwise off) ... and most of all, who is included and who is left out.
This year, the last strains of James' guitar were still lingering and the Oscar telecast had barely gone to commercial when I started hearing from friends: "Where was Farrah Fawcett?" FULL POST
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