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Gwen Stefani and her Harajuku Girls singers will be recreated in doll form. Shown here, from left: Tick-Tock Gwen, Bananas Gwen, Cool Gwen.
updated 9/6/2006 8:58:52 AM ET 2006-09-06T12:58:52

Gwen Stefani is no longer just a girl. Now she’s a doll, too.

The singer, actress and fashion designer announced Tuesday that she will bring her trademark rock ’n’ roll style to the toy industry with a series of limited-edition dolls.

There are eight dolls in all, and Stefani has dubbed the line Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Fashion Dolls. Each wears one of the colorful looks Stefani sported on her latest world tour.

“The Harajuku Girls and I wore such wicked costumes we had to share them with the world again,” Stefani, 36, said in a statement.

Each 10-inch doll looks like the platinum-blond rocker or one of her Harajuku Girl dancers and comes with Stefani-inspired collectibles such as posters, pocket mirrors or trading cards.

The dolls will be available for $24.95 at Target.com and other retailers.

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