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Mattel pays tribute to Kylie Minogue with its own Padam Padam Barbie doll

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On Wednesday, Barbie announced that pop star Kylie Minogue would be honored with her own Padam Padam doll. In the photo: Kylie, 55 years old, with her doll.

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He is one of the most beloved pop stars in the world.

And Kylie Minogue received the biggest compliment from toy company Mattel: receiving her own Barbie doll.

Kylie celebrated the moment with a gallery of images on her Instagram on Thursday.

In one photo, the 55-year-old smiled as she held the doll, which replicates the striking red outfit the singer made famous in her Padam Padam video.

The doll, a spitting image of the pop princess, was dressed in a red jumpsuit and matching lace-up boots.

On Wednesday, Barbie announced that pop star Kylie Minogue would be honored with her own Padam Padam doll. In the photo: Kylie, 55 years old, with her doll.

On Wednesday, Barbie announced that pop star Kylie Minogue would be honored with her own Padam Padam doll. In the photo: Kylie, 55 years old, with her doll.

She also sported Kylie’s famous cape and it exactly matched the hairstyle she wore in the sexy clip.

It even included real red tips in the doll’s blonde hair.

The Australian-born former Neighbors star can be seen on her Instagram posing with her doll in a stunning red dress.

In one image, a beaming Kylie holds the ‘mini-me’ doll to her face.

The new doll replicates the striking red outfit that the singer made famous in her Padam Padam video. (In the photo)

The new doll replicates the striking red outfit that the singer made famous in her Padam Padam video. (In the photo)

The new doll replicates the striking red outfit that the singer made famous in her Padam Padam video. (In the photo)

Kylie also included the message: ‘Look at Padam Barbie!!!! Baby Kylie would NOT believe this is happening right now…. Thank you.’

Among those who congratulated Kylie on her publication was singer Natalie Imbruglia, who sent the beloved artist a message with a smiley face and a love heart emoji.

Mattel, makers of the doll, announced Kylie’s honor on Wednesday, as part of International Women’s Day, ahead of Barbie’s 65th anniversary on March 9.

The doll, who bears a striking resemblance to Kylie, is dressed in the red Padam Padam jumpsuit and matching lace-up boots. (Pictured, with Kylie)

The doll, who bears a striking resemblance to Kylie, is dressed in the red Padam Padam jumpsuit and matching lace-up boots. (Pictured, with Kylie)

The doll, who bears a striking resemblance to Kylie, is dressed in the red Padam Padam jumpsuit and matching lace-up boots. (Pictured, with Kylie)

Barbie recognizes women around the world who are shaping the future through their inspiring stories with a unique role model doll made in their likeness.

The lineup of honorees includes Maira Gómez (Brazil), Viola Davis (United States), Nicole Fujita (Japan), Shania Twain (Canada) and Lila Avilés (Mexico).

In July, Kylie achieved unprecedented success with Padam Padam, which topped the charts in Europe and Australia.

The song has become her first top 10 hit in the UK as a lead artist since 2010, and Minogue is the first woman over 50 to appear on BBC Radio 1’s playlist as a lead artist.

Padam Padam was also Kylie’s first top 10 dance/electronic song on the US Billboard chart.

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