Cheetah Girls singer , 23, got dolled up to become immortalized as a plaything. 'You have to sit for digital pictures,' she told OK! at NYC's Illegal Tender premiere on August 20. 'They want you to smile, they want to see your ear shape, your jaw line, these crazy pictures. They made sure our makeup was very clean. They wanted to take pictures like ëhair off.' No hair on your face, smile from the side, crazy stuff.''My niece called me and said ëauntie, I'm playing with your doll.' It actually looks very much like me. They got the feature I didn't want them to capture. I'm like ëit has my nose! Why?' We had a choice in what it looked like. One of mine had a crazy hair color like orange, and I was like ëthat is not my hair color.' I was like ëmy colorist is not going to approve of that. These are not my highlights.' We ended up taking it in, and I'm very pleased with it. And my niece is very pleased ? that's what counts.' Next up for the former 3LW singer is a solo album, but first Cheetah Girls will release their first non-soundtrack disc on September 25. By Valerie NomePhoto: Wireimage.com
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