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Sorry, Barbie. Skipper's got a new closet to raid.

Gwen Stefani has teamed with Huckleberry Toys to launch a line of limited-edition dolls modeled after the pop star, outfitting the toys in clothes worn by the "I'm Just a Girl" singer on her Harajuku Lovers tour.

"I thought the dolls would be a good opportunity to capture some of the key looks from the album and the tour," Stefani announced Tuesday. "The Harajuku Girls and I wore such wicked costumes we had to share them with the world again."

The Love. Angel. Music. Baby.-branded line will include eight different 10-inch dolls, four featuring the 36-year-old's platinum hair and visage, and four based on her Harajuku Girl dancers.

Each ensemble will have a real-life counterpart, with the dolls only donning clothes that have outfitted the pop star and her ever-present Japanese street-styled dancers on her recent world tour. As such, the fashions should look familiar to die-hard Stefani fans and casual tabloid perusers alike.

Among the dolls ready to hit the shelves are Tick-Tock Gwen, featuring the doll, well, dolled up in white leggings, a baby blue pinafore dress, platform shoes and black headband, as first worn by Stefani during her "What You Waiting For?" video. Bananas Gwen is aptly dressed as its namesake in the "Hollaback Girl" video, in hot pants, knee-length white boots, a blue, white and gold marching band jacket and a red hat emblazoned with a "G." A third doll, Cool Gwen, could just as easily be modeled after Marilyn Monroe, with its platinum bobbed and curled locks and sparkling dress.

The dolls will each be available with accessories inspired by the No Doubt frontwoman, including collectible posters, pocket mirrors and trading cards.

Due out this November, each Stefani L.A.M.B. doll will retail for $24.95 at Target and selected other stores in the U.S. and Canada.

Unfortunately, no plans are in the works for Gavin Rossdale and baby Kingston companion dolls.

In addition to announcing the toy launch, Stefani also recently set the record straight on why the multiple nominee was conspicuously absent from the MTV Video Music Awards, a show she allegedly planned to boycott last year as well.

Stefani denied the rumors that she was sitting out the ceremony in protest for (a) her multiple losses to Kelly Clarkson, (b) because she wasn't asked to perform or (c) because, like Kanye West before her, she felt she deserved more nominations.

"Despite what you may have heard, the only reason I am not attending the MTV Video Music Awards is because I will be recording and spending time with my family," she wrote on her official Website. "Any other speculation out there is false. I congratulate all of this year's performers and nominees and I look forward to being back at the VMAs next year."