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People can’t work out if this model is a real person or a Barbie doll

Tuesday - 04/07/2017 03:34
MOST girls play with their dolls and dream of having equally luscious long hair and an equally bright pink convertible.
This image had people on social media debating whether it was a woman or a doll. Picture: Instagram
This image had people on social media debating whether it was a woman or a doll. Picture: Instagram

But the majority of girls grow up to realise that looking like Barbie isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and dressing in that much pink should be reserved for Legally Blonde’s Elle Woods only.

But one model actually gets to live out every little girl’s fantasy as she looks remarkably like a Barbie doll.

Duckie Thot at the 2017 BET Awards in Los Angeles. Picture: Maury Phillips/Getty Images
Duckie Thot at the 2017 BET Awards in Los Angeles. Picture: Maury Phillips/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

Model Duckie Thot recently posted a picture on social media and people can’t work out if it’s a real person or a doll.

The stunning South Sudanese model uploaded the image of herself to Twitter and Instagram earlier this week with the caption “Ducks after dark”.

In the image the models flawless skin, perfect pout and long limbs led many to believe it was in fact a picture of the renowned doll.

One person replied saying: “Literally thought you were a Barbie.”

While another tweeted: “I really thought that you were a Barbie doll.”

Duckie Thot attends the amfAR New York Gala 2017. Picture: Getty
Duckie Thot attends the amfAR New York Gala 2017. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Fans are now calling for Duckie to have her own Barbie doll and it appears she is all for the idea.

The model tweeted: “Yeah … we need a Duckie barbie doll. @Barbie what’s good??”

Duckie found fame entering Australia’s Next Top Model.

Australia's Next Top Model contestant Duckie Thot. Supplied by Foxtel.
Australia's Next Top Model contestant Duckie Thot. Supplied by Foxtel.Source:Supplied

During one episode of the show the model was asked to cornrow her own hair due to an inexperienced stylist.

Speaking about that incident she told Teen Vogue: “That experience definitely didn’t make me feel confident. I felt like a joke during that whole scene to be honest and, I felt like that many other times during the show.

Australia s Next Top Model contestants Rhiannon and Duckie at Australia s Next Top Model Season 8 Launch.
Australia s Next Top Model contestants Rhiannon and Duckie at Australia s Next Top Model Season 8 Launch.Source:News Limited

“I got a lot of backlash on social media for my weight gain, the colour of my skin, and my hair.

“So, I took quite a few blows as a 17-year-old girl — and it was hard to understand why.”

This article originally appeared on The Sun.

Source: News Corp Australia Network:

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