Lady Gaga doll (left) and Lady Gaga
Don't hit the send button on your wish-list email to Santa just yet.
For the person who has everything comes … Lady Gaga.
Well, not really in person, but the next best thing.
Unveiled at a Tokyo event Sunday, where Gaga, 27, herself, showed up sporting a red tartan jumpsuit with matching coils, the life-sized Gagadolls (that's their name) are made of silicon and have the star's music and messages popping out of their chests, reports the Associated Press.
Inspired by her new Artpop
album, the figurines are the joint products of Japanese industrial and design companies along Gaga's record label.
And while the prototypes are currently not for sale, they apparently will be at some point, with proceeds going to benefit the victims of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
At the event Sunday, Gaga said she was honored to be replicated.