Not to worry. While it's not clear if Mattel has actual plans to diversify Ken, a clothing company in England called Lyst commissioned an artist to come up with a line of Ken dolls to match the new Barbies.
And I must say, even though it's only a drawing, it's pretty impressive...
Some folks are already saying Coors Light wins the Super Bowl advertising contest.
Not that there is one, but it seems like that's something to talk about, especially if your team didn't make it to the big game.
The thinking is that their ad for the Super Bowl shows women doing some kick-butt things in the same commercial as men doing kick-butt things - none of which involve drinking beer, by the way - while some smooth-voiced announcer talks about how we all have mountainst to climb.
This is ground-breaking?
It's a decent ad, but I don't see this one as being any better than any others I've already had a sneak peek at.
Slime vs. Evol.
Young Thug is currently prepping the release of his upcoming mixtape, Slime Season 3, so what's a little controversy to add to the pot to ensure those download rates shoot to the sky? His target just happened to an artist who could give him the right amount of attention he was fishing for.
It all began when Future riled up his Twitter followers as he too is releasing a new project in Evol--now bumped up from Friday to Thursday--which will be delivered via Apple Music. The tape will mark the leader of the Freebandz world's fourth release in roughly six months and apparently his Cash Money felt it was too much music without enough quality streamlining.
"Boy slow down dropping all that BS music...," Thugga wrote with a series of laughing and peace sign emojis. He also spewed slander on his upcoming rollout saying, "Yo family/team wish u was me lil nigga....I hope Apple save u lil niggas....Or church !!!!"
The soft-spoken Future took the bait and fired of a few insults of his own including the zinger, "Yo bitch wish u was me...in real life."
If all else fizzles and fails, both artists succeeded in raising awareness for their projects this evening (February 3).