This model looks exactly like Barbie and the internet is freaking out


The INSIDER Summary:
Australian and Sudanese model Nyadak Duckie Thot recently appeared as a contestant on «Australia’s Next Top Model.»
The internet is freaking out after realizing that Thot looks like a Barbie in real life.
After posting a photo to Twitter, fans went crazy after noticing the uncanny resemblance between Duckie and a Barbie doll.
The model has been embracing her new Barbie title.
She’s a Barbie girl, in her very own Barbie world. Sort of.

Australian and Sudanese model Nyadak Duckie Thot might’ve naturally skyrocketed in popularity due to recently appearing as a contestant on «Australia’s Next Top Model,» but it’s her unique look that’s giving her a lasting impression after the reality show ended. You see, people are convinced that she looks like a Barbie IRL. A gorgeous, glowing Barbie doll. And we can’t disagree.

The internet officially began to take notice of her Barbie-esque appearance earlier this week, when Thot posted a photo of herself in an elegant black dress to her social media channels, with a caption that read, «Ducks after dark.» «Literally thought you were a Barbie,» one person wrote in response to the photo, with another adding, «I almost scrolled past because I thought it was a picture of a Barbie doll. You’re so gorgeous.» Perhaps one Twitter user summed it up best: «Wooooooowwww she looks like a Barbie that’s crazy.»

Internet comments are one thing, but Thot embraced her newfound Barbie moniker in stride. Two days after she posted her initial photo, she humorously responded with an actual photo of a disheveled Barbie, with the caption: «I’m not perfect. Sometimes, a girl slips.» Hours before that, she also tweeted: «Yeah… we need a Duckie barbie doll. @Barbie what’s good?? ?» (Mattel, are you listening?)

Still need further proof? Just look at her!

Besides being an in-demand model, Thot has frequently spoken out about being on the receiving end of online bullying due to her looks. Specifically, last year she opened up to Teen Vogue about why she thinks black models are still bullied about their natural hair. «Being a black woman, we haven’t really been taught how to take care of our natural hair — we’ve only been taught how to hide it. I think hair companies, the media, hairstylists, and the industry itself are to blame,» she said. «They haven’t made the same efforts to ensure black women are looked after in their most natural form. If you really think about it, it’s the black women on YouTube who have really held it down with their natural hair tutorials. I think [the industry] should really take ownership and start to invest into us.»