The phenomenon of the popularity of the Barbie doll can be explained by the girls' desire to have an ideal (from the point of view of the public) appearance and the desire to identify themselves with such a beauty. However, a child is one thing, and a grown woman is quite another. We have already written more than once about girls who, in their desire to become a living copy of the famous doll, stop at nothing. There is also such a “live Barbie” in Russia, and her name is Tatiana Tuzova.
Tatyana lives in Moscow, she is 32 years old, and according to her confessions, she does not have enough time for friends and the usual life that her peers lead. Tatiana is completely immersed in her work and maintaining her image. As Tanya herself says, this "loneliness" does not bother her - she likes her own world.
In the world of Tatiana Tuzova, as you might guess, there are a lot of doll-shaped things and pink. Everything - clothes, shoes, accessories, furniture, and even Tanya's car are made in the style of a Barbie doll. Tatyana's house also resembles that famous dollhouse with pink walls and pink furniture, in which there was a place not only for a pink-maned toy unicorn, but also for a very impressive collection of real Barbie dolls and various accessories to them.
To date, Tatiana's collection contains 1,520 dolls with a total value of about $ 157,000. So what is Tatyana doing? By and large, her main task is to build her earnings around her bright image. On her Instagram page, Tanya wrote about herself: "Winner of MusicBOX awards, Soundtrack, Best Designer, European Award Best Pop Singer, Miss Star of Russia, Miss Intercontinental Russia."
Tanya is really invited to the stage as a singer and as a model at fashion shows, she participates in television programs, and leads children's parties. She now also maintains her own page on YouTube and Instagram. “I work, record songs, go to performances, receive awards, design clothes for children and adult girls, do professional photography,” Tatiana says about herself. And you need to understand that whatever she does, it always happens in the image of Barbie and the style of Barbie. “All my daily clothes are pink. I don’t get tired of him, he has many shades”.
Like all other "living Barbies", Tatiana also turned to a plastic surgeon to correct her appearance. After the birth of her son (he is now 11 years old), she enlarged her breasts, as, according to her, pregnancy did not affect her appearance in the best way. However, she also met her fifth (current) husband, whose name Tanya refuses to name, in the hospital - he works as a doctor. It was he who gave the girl a pink convertible with a photo of Tatiana on the door.
“Barbie is not my job. This is my life. And when other people say nasty things to me on the Internet, I tell them that I do not smoke, do not drink and do not use foul language. I promote healthy lifestyles for children. " At the same time, Tatyana is sad that people are mostly not interested in hearing about those good deeds that she has done - they are much more interested in how often she gets married, what color her underwear is and what exactly the plastic surgeon did to her. “But for me it is important to keep my individuality. All around are the same. And it's hard to copy me. I have been working on my style for many years and have invested a lot of money in it."
In our article "Most Famous Living Barbies" you can find out who else is living a doll life and making their living with their barbie-like image.
Popular by topic
Why sinners were called "the daughters of Melusine", or the myth of the damned fairy that shaped Europe
According to ancient legend, Melusine was the daughter of a Scottish king and a fairy. As a result of the curse, she was doomed to change from a woman to a monster every Saturday. Her two legs became fish tails. The image of Melusine is ubiquitous. It is a frequent heraldic symbol. Every European nation has legends about this fairy, and many royal dynasties descend from her. Melusine's image has even become a Starbucks emblem. In the patriarchal Middle Ages, this symbol
The funniest memes that appeared thanks to the senator in mittens and a mask and brought almost 2 million "green"
Joe Biden's inauguration was not without some curiosities. The attention of the whole world has attracted … no, not the newly elected President of the United States, but Bernie Sanders. The name of this politician was hitherto unknown to the general public. The elderly senator made a splash on the Internet with his photo in cute knitted mittens and a disposable mask. In just a day, the network was flooded with hundreds of funny memes with a politician. The best of them are further in the review
Why brides from all over the world go to the post office of a small town: the romantic secret of the province
When you think about the most romantic places on our planet, then this small, provincial, unremarkable town is unlikely to occur to you. But he is known to lovers all over the world. The post office of this village works in the rhythm of a big city. On Valentine's Day and the wedding season, lovers from all over the world want to send congratulations to their soul mate from this particular post office. What is the secret of this American town?
How teenagers and rock 'n' roll made vaccination fashionable: King Elvis saves the world from an epidemic
The polio virus has kept millions of parents at bay for years. In America, by 1955, tens of thousands of children were infected, many were disabled. Hope came with the discovery of a vaccine against this terrible disease. But those who wanted to be vaccinated were negligible. In search of a solution to this problem, the government attracted the most popular person in the United States at that time - Elvis Presley. The king of rock and roll was able to dramatically change the opinion of all Americans (and not only) about vaccination. How did the musician manage to
Most of the world has been calculating time for four centuries using a calendar called the Gregorian. The year of this calendar is divided into 12 months and lasts 365 days. One additional day is added every four years. Such a year is called a leap year. This is necessary in order to remove the difference between the movement of the sun and the calendar. This concept was introduced in the late 16th century by Pope Gregory XIII as a reform of the Julian calendar. The Gregorian calendar is generally accepted because