Billie Eilish (Bad Guy)
The Billie Eilish celebrity doll portrays her as herself at 18 years old, an award winning American singer and songwriter. The Bad Guy version, first of the concert series, of the Billie Eilish doll was made by Playmates in 2020.
Other Live – Los Angeles, CA concert version (2020) and Live – Cupertino, CA award version (2021) of the Eilish figures were also released and are included in the museum’s collection.
Playmates Toys has a Billie Eilish line of toys including the dolls and six inch figures.
On the feet are all yellow low top sneakers with a slit up the back for easy removable.
The doll’s rooted hair is long mixed blue and black cut in uneven lengths. The hair has product in it.
The digitally painted eyes are blue, with painted Eilish signature eyebrows, and pink lips.
All cardboard packaging except for the small plastic window where the doll’s head peaks through to the outside of the box. The insert is make of egg carton type material and molded to completely protect and hold the doll in place. The outside box folds back and makes a decorative diorama mini stage to display the doll on the stand–a very clever use for the box. See this video from PlaymatesToys to see how it works
The stand is yellow to match the clothing. It has the green Billie Eilish logo stamped on the rectangular base and an adjustable waist holder clamps onto a single matching plastic stand pole.
An instruction sheet is included explaining the adjustable stand set up and how to remove the tacking blue thread in the hood that holds the hair in place.
The doll is extremely flexible and playable. It is articulated at jaw, base of neck, shoulders (ball joint),elbows (complete 180 degrees), wrists (bends and twists) , above the hip bone (twists, tilts, and bends about 45 degrees), at the hips (ball joint with front and back splits and 160 degree side splits, knees (leg kicks all the way back) and ankles (can point the toes). The hefty shoes and ankle flexibility make the doll reasonable easy to pose and balance on it’s own without the stand in fun positions.
Billie Eilish also sells dolls at her website https://www.billieeilish.com/.
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