Mattel’s Monster High has teamed up with the Golden Globe-winning actress and singer’s Born This Way Foundation to piece together a mini-me doll that that looks just like the beauty did just a few years ago. Dressed in a black suit with a bow-tie, matching oversize sunglasses, and a long pink ponytail, the character reflects Gaga’s Zombie Boy-inspired costume as seen in her “Born This Way” music video.
So who pieced it together? The Joanne singer’s sister, Natali Germanotta, designed the doll. “My sister and I came up with the creative concept for Monster High by looking back at some of her best and most inspiring characters,” Germanotta said in a statement. “This Zomby Gaga doll is brave, strong, and Born This Way, which shows through in everything from her clothes, her bio, and her music video.”
In addition to the suit look, it comes with an outfit change—mesh leggings and a plaid sleeveless shirt—along with a piece of bubble gum. For Gaga, the doll is all about inspiring “kindness, bravery, and acceptance” for all, just some of the pillars she and her mother Cynthia Germanotta’s Born This Way Foundation strive to achieve. Monster High also donated to the organization to help support its mission and is encouraging fans to pledge to spread kindness here.