Lady Gaga Won't Be a Bratz Doll

At least not anytime soon
Lady Gaga performs onstage during a concert at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center in May. Photograph by ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images

Isaac Larian, who founded MGA Entertainment, the company responsible for the hyper-sexy Bratz dolls, knows a thing or two about marketing and controversy and image-making. So does pop music star Lady Gaga. A line of Bratz dolls in her image must have seemed so promising. Instead, the dolls are in limbo, and the once-happy relationship has turned adversarial. MGA is suing Lady Gaga and her representatives for more than $10 million for failing to approve the dolls it had designed for release this summer.

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