Jennifer Lopez Shows Off Her New Barbie Dolls in "Unreleased" Tour Footage, New Photo

Entertainment Nov. 6, 2013 AT 5:05PM

What a doll! Jennifer Lopez may not have had cosmetic surgery, but there is a version of her out there whose face is made of plastic. The gorgeous singer, 44, has just been immortalized in a pair of special, collector Barbie dolls: the Jennifer Lopez World Tour Doll, and the Jennifer Lopez Red Carpet Doll.

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The World Tour doll, complete with big, cascading brunette curls, comes dressed in a replica of one of the superstar's famed Dance Again tour looks, a nude-and-silver sequin-encrusted jumpsuit designed by Zuhair Murad, paired with open-toed lace-up silver boots.

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Lopez showed off the doll in a hilarious video posted to her Instagram account earlier this week. The stop-motion clip shows her figurine dancing and singing to her hit song "Get Right," with a group of four shirtless male dolls rocking out behind her. "Some unreleased footage from my world tour!" she captioned the funny vid.

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Us Weekly also snagged an exclusive photo of the Parker actress (radiant as always) posing with her "Red Carpet" Barbie. Like the World Tour doll, the Red Carpet doll rocks a glam ensemble by Zuhair Murad -- a floor-length white gown with a plunging V-neck and elegant lines. Tiny drop earrings and a silver clutch complete the camera-ready look.

Jennifer Lopez poses with her Red Carpet Barbie doll
Jennifer Lopez poses with her Red Carpet Barbie doll
Credit: Mattel, Inc.

"Limitations only exist in our minds," Lopez captioned a second stop-motion Instagram video, this one of the Red Carpet doll making its way through a cartoonish, dream-like world made of paper cutouts. "But if we learn how to use imagination, the possibilities of our world become limitless."

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Limitless possibilities are the very essence of Barbie, according to the American Idol judge. "I think Barbie represents infinite possibilities -- the dream is still alive," she said in a press release about the dolls, which retail for $29.95. "You never really get too far from that little girl or, at least, you shouldn't."

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