- Australian-Sudanese Nyadak Duckie Thot looks every inch like Barbie doll
- Nyadak is a professional model who is blessed with the right physique for the fashion world
- The human-Barbie has been featured in many international magazine's covers
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There is no one that will see the photo of Nyadak Duckie Thot and will not think the Barbie character is not modelled after her.
But in real life, Nyadak is an Australian-Sudanese model. She is so beautiful and many see her as a Barbie in real life
And for her beauty, her photos have graced pages of many popular magazine covers until in a 2017 event when her fortune changed for good.
She was featured in a photo exhibition titled Duckie After Dark in which she convincingly looked like a Barbie doll.
The resemblance to the doll looked so real that viewers got confused and do not know if they were looking at a real woman or a Barbie doll.
The designers succeeded with ease in carrying out a special photoshoot tagged Barbie Look.
Nyadak later relocated from Southern Sudan to New York to pursue success and wealth in the world of modelling and fashion.
To make progress in her modelling career, the real-life Barbie has what it takes. She is blessed with a great look, beautiful face, big eyes, good height and a popping skin colour that can vary from Swarthy to the Ebony tree hue.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a hilarious picture has surfaced online with a man fully costumed like the ‘Night King’ in the Game of Thrones series. Many sources have said that the place where this incident took place was Ghana’s Northern Regional capital, Tamale.
It is unclear if the man dressed in the costume intentionally to mimic the popular character in Game of Thrones but no-one has been able to categorically state what his intentions were.
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