You can't help falling in love with Elvis Barbie doll, inspired by the King's album cover, "50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can't be Wrong." Barbie doll dons a sparkling gold lame suit and strappy shoes, and piles her dark hair into an upswept pompadour. A posable body adds the perfect extra touch to this tribute to rock and roll royalty!
Production doll may vary from the photo shown above. Mattel reserves the right to modify the fashion/fabrics, sculpt, hair color/style, and accessories. Doll cannot stand alone as shown.
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