So sweet! A 10-year-old girl with a prosthetic leg cried tears of joy after receiving a special customized American Girl doll. Seriously, her reaction to her gift will melt your heart! Watch it here.
Ten-year-old, Emma Bennett didn’t know what to expect when she opened her new gift. Her mom and dad surprised the young girl, who has a prosthetic leg, with an American Girl doll that was customized to look just like her! And her reaction is priceless!
Every little girl at one point or another has wanted their own American Girl doll. For the past 28 years, the brand has produced numerous dolls that represent girls all over the world. This week the designers were given the challenge of creating designs that girls can wear inspired by their favorite dolls — but it didn’t prove to be easy!
This week the designers met Tim Gunn at the American Girl store on 5th Avenue in New York City. There, Tim introduced the designers to Heather Northrop, Senior Design Manager for American Girl. Heather explained to the designers about the company’s BeForever line, which is taking the American Girl doll style and adapting it into wearable clothes for girls.
Melissa Shang, 10, hopes to tell her story of overcoming struggles with muscular dystrophy through an American Girl character. She is petitioning the iconic brand to feature a doll with disabilities as the Girl Of The Year 2015, to educate other young girls and celebrate other girls like her.
Melissa Shang, 10, suffers from a rare form of muscular dystrophy called Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, and wants to tell her story through the inspiring and educational American Girl dolls. The well-spoken young girl from Paoli, PA is petitioning Mattel, the brand’s owner, to make their Girl Of The Year 2015 a doll in a wheelchair to educate young girls about the struggles that come with living with physical disabilities.
Ben’s rep tells HollywoodLife.com that Ben can’t decide whether it’s a ‘compliment’ or the ‘ultimate repudiation’ — but he thinks they choose the wrong film!
Ben Affleck is a bit confused … and so are we! The actor, who is currently in Turkey working on his upcoming film Argo, learned that House Republicans were using a scene from his 2010 film The Town to encourage members to “back” Speaker John Boehner‘s debt ceiling plan. Read More!
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