One Direction: Our dolls are authentic
One Direction believes the likeness of their upcoming line of figurine's are pretty accurate.
The British boy band officially reached international superstardom following the release of their albums Up All Night and Take Me Home.
The group, which is comprised of Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan, are preparing for the release of a series of dolls based on each member of the band.
Zayn is particularly impressed with the toys.
"I think Niall's is really good," Zayn told MTV News in a group interview.
"Actually, Niall's doll actually looks a lot like him; Louis' is good as well."
Louis added, "I think they all look good."
One Direction is elated about distributing the memorabilia to family and friends.
Liam says that his sibling has already decorated her home with the figurines.
"My sister's actually got them up in the house," Liam gushed.
"So we're just there in the corner, 'Hello!' "
The boys were eager to put out dolls that were reflective of how they really look and dress.
One Direction wasn't interested in cartoonish toys.
"I think we all wanted them to be as authentic as possible, and obviously, if we got involved in the outfits and stuff, then it's a lot of stuff that we'd probably wear," Zayn said.
"And it's cool for the fans, because they get a doll with outfits that we've picked."
One Direction dolls will be sold starting December.
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