Stevie Nicks Barbie Doll Given A Limited Re-Release

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Mattel and Stevie Nicks have announced a limited re-release of the singer’s very own barbie doll.

The doll is modelled after the Fleetwood Mac star and comes in a flowy black dress, knee high boots and crescent moon necklace, indicative of the cover for the iconic 1977 album ‘Rumours’. The doll holds the artist’s signature tambourine and ribbons that she often played on stage. 

On Monday, July 8th, Mattel and Nicks took to Instagram to announce a limited re-release of the highly sought after doll, saying “The encore you’ve been waiting for. The legendary Stevie Nicks Barbie doll is back by popular demand with a limited re-release! Don’t miss your chance to join in on the music,“

It went on sale immediately for $55, and is currently sold out.

The description for the iconic doll on Mattel’s website reads, Barbie celebrates the iconic ‘Queen of Rock and Roll,’ Stevie Nicks, with a Barbie doll in her likeness. Nicks achieved worldwide success with the band Fleetwood Mac before embarking on a critically acclaimed, chart-topping solo career. Known for her captivating stage presence and signature style, she has left an indelible imprint on artists and fans around the world.”

Nicks originally announced the doll back in October of 2023 during her Madison Square Garden concert.

On Twitter/X the ‘The Chain’ star wrote about her initial concerns for the doll,I was very overwhelmed. Of course I questioned ‘would she look like me? Would she have my spirit? Would she have my heart?”

“When I look at her, I see my 27 year old self…What we have been through since 1975~ the battles we have fought, the lessons we have learned~ together. I am her and she is me. She absolutely has my heart.”

The doll sold out almost instantly at the time of its eventual release on the 10th of November.

In other news, Stevie Nicks recently had to cancel her upcoming concerts in Manchester and Glasgow due to a leg injury. She is scheduled to undergo a very minor surgical procedure in the coming days.