Forget Chucky, now there’s a new doll to terrorize your toy chest.
Lil’ Poundcake, Alaska’s deranged junior beauty pageant contestant alter-ego, who originally debuted on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season Five, is now a doll that you can take home and have your very own filthy tea parties with.
“Not long ago I was kidnapped and held for ransom by a vigilante, a sociopathic pageant girl known as Lil’ Poundcake. She subsequently forced me to make a doll in her likeness and roll out an extensive marketing campaign for the doll,” Alaska said in a statement about how the doll came to life.
The talking doll is 13.5 inches tall and comes in a vibrant pink box retailing for $50, a fraction of what you spend on drag makeup. It wouldn’t be Poundcake without a posable middle finger and selection of accessories including a mini-tiara, removable skirt and a filthy pink boa that looks like it’s spent a night or two on a bar floor.
Since Season Five Lil’ Poundcake has become a fan favorite and Alaska dressed as her last year during an All Stars 2 runway challenge and in the music video for her single “Puppet” off of her second album, Poundcake.
You can now bring home your very own Lil’ Poundcake, but remember that even though you might own her, you’re not her dad and you never will be.
Watch your back, Barbie.
The doll is available now on Alaska’s website.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9 airs Fridays at 8/7c on VH1.