Meet the living Barbie doll of Davao
LIVING BARBIE DOLL – A Filipina girl from Davao who has been dubbed the Philippines’ Living Barbie Doll has captured the attention of netizens.
Barbie is a fashion doll created by the American toy company Mattel, Inc. and was first released on March 9, 1959.
Barbie has been a fixture in the toy fashion doll market for more than six decades.
Since the late 1980s, the brand has grown into a media franchise, including a long-running media/multimedia franchise of computer-animated films that began in 2001.
The films were regularly broadcast on the Nickelodeon cable channel in the United States from the following year until 2017.
Barbie and her best male friend Ken have been described as the world’s most popular dolls.
Meanwhile, a girl has gone viral online after being dubbed “the Philippines’ living Barbie doll” by netizens.
It was only recently that Cherily Parayanon shared some photos of her niece Lorabelle.
Lorabelle is a brunette with curly hair and an undeniably lovely face.
Cherily claims that her niece is a true Filipina.
Cherily’s Facebook post went viral due to Lorabelle’s beauty, and netizens wanted to meet her.
As of posting, the photos of Lorabelle which were posted on Facebook have already generated more than 19k reactions, 1k comments of over 18k shares as of posting.
As expected, it was flooded with comments from netizens with some adoring her beauty.
Some netizens are mentioning magazine shows like Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho (KMJS) and Rated Korina with hopes that she could be featured on such television shows.
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