Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. While the look-alike dolls are given a slightly different name, the intent is crystal clear.
Other products like pornography are general sheltered by being works of satire. But can a static product claim a genre?
And while the gossip has focused on teen idols looking at other listings in the celebrity section include Hillary Clinton and Mariah Carey.
I am guessing the actual product would be a disappointment to anyone wanting to actually use it, and he main market s gag gift. But still... I am surprised that profiting off person's identity in this way has not been shut down by a team of lawyers.
In the end any likeness is very slight, so anyone who has a fantasy about a celebrity is going to be better off (so to speak) using their own imagination.