She’s a truly plactic doll (you choose if I mean the real person or the doll).

What a Doll: Lindsay Lohan Goes Barbie
LOS ANGELES ( – Lindsay Lohan, who was inducted into popular girl clique known as the Plastics in “Mean Girls,” is going plastic in real life.
The 18-year-old redhead will get the Barbie treatment with a Mattel fashion doll made to look like her, reports the AP.
The doll is red-carpet ready in a beige dress with a sheer handkerchief skirt laid over a pink leopard print material. A coordinating faux fur-trimmed coat, tasteful jewelry and mauve heels complete the Hollywood glam look. Accessories include a pink director’s chair bearing the starlet’s name and a velvet rope strung between two posts.
The Lindsay Lohan doll is part of the “My Scene” line, which features fashion dolls with heads slightly larger than the typical Barbie doll and ensembles of hip and somewhat skimpy clothes. The doll will retail for about $30.
Barbie and Lindsay fans will be able to get their first glimpse of the doll at the annual American International Toy Fair, which begins Sunday, Feb. 20 in New York and runs through Wednesday.
Besides the 2004 teen comedy “Mean Girls,” Lindsay Lohan’s other film credits include “The Parent Trap,” “Freaky Friday” and “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen.” She recently released her debut album, “Speak,” and is currently filming “Just My Luck” in New Orleans. Her latest Disney remake, “Herbie: Fully Loaded,” will open nationwide in June.