After a rather varied career as an astronaut, chef, paramedic, skateboarder, teacher, beekeeper and mermaid, it's only right that Barbie tries her hand at being a movie star.
An all-star, live-action film about the world's most famous doll is on the way, and it's already one of the most talked about releases of the summer.
Announced in 2017, the film has experienced several cast changes and various delays, but it is finally set to hit screens in July.
A teaser trailer was released earlier this week, which simultaneously evoked the feeling of becoming nauseous in a sweet shop, and prompted a flurry of brilliant memes.
Here is everything you need to know about the film.
It might be quicker to list the actors who don't appear in Barbie.
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling may take the starring roles of Barbie and Ken, but there is one small problem: In the world of dolls, there isn't just one Barbie, there are hundreds.
As a result, the film also stars pop star Dua Lipa (who plays mermaid Barbie), Bridgerton's Nicola Coughlan (diplomat Barbie), and Ana Cruz Kayne (Supreme Court Justice Barbie).
Insecure's Issa Rae will play a president Barbie, while Sex Education star Emma Mackey portrays a Barbie with a Nobel Prize in physics.
Doctor Who actor Ncuti Gatwa takes on the role of a guitar-playing Ken, while One Life to Live's Scott Evans will appear as a cowboy hat-wearing Ken.
Other stars include British actor Kingsley Ben-Adir (another Ken), Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon (another Barbie) and Tick, Tick... Boom! star Alexandra Shipp (yet another Barbie, this time an author).
The Crown's Emerald Fennell stars as Midge, Barbie's best friend, and Juno's Michael Cera will appear as Ken's friend Allan.
Human characters will be played by Ugly Betty actress America Ferrera, Elf actor Will Ferrell, Stath Lets Flats star Jamie Demetriou and Sex Education's Connor Swindells.
Dame Helen Mirren will voice the narrator because, sure, why not?
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Greta Gerwig has been tasked with bringing this elaborate confection to the screen.
The 39-year-old is best known for directing films such as Lady Bird, which starred Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf and Timothée Chalamet and netted her an Oscar nomination for best director.
She also directed the 2019 remake of Little Women, which saw her reunite with Ronan and Chalamet, alongside Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Laura Dern. It earned her a second Oscar nomination, this time for adapted screenplay.
But Gerwig is also an actress herself and has appeared in films Frances Ha, 20th Century Women and, most recently, White Noise.
The latter was directed by her filmmaker partner Noah Baumbach, with whom she has co-written the Barbie script.