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Adam Lambert doll made for charity auction

A unique doll of Adam Lambert has been created for a charity auction.

The figure, which is based on his recent London gigs fronting iconic band Queen, has been crafted by Mattel designer Carlyle Nuera and is being auctioned on charitybuzz.

Proceeds from the sale will go towards Project Angel Food, with the current price sitting at $1,750.

Information on the item reads: "Inspired by Adam's performance with Queen at London's Hammersmith Apollo, Mattel designer Carlyle Nuera meticulously recreated every detail of Adam’s concert look, right down to the spiked epaulettes on his leather jacket! Yes, Adam doll is wearing a real leather jacket; leather-look pants, gloves and boots are all rock-star worthy!"

It continues: "The Adam Lambert doll features a hand-painted face in Adam's likeness and his signature tousled hairstyle. His mic is fully embellished with Swarovski crystals. Your original one-of-a-kind collectible comes with a certificate of authenticity, a rockin' display case, the bejeweled mic and mic stand shown."

The auction ends on December 18 and its estimated value is $2,000.




Watch Adam Lambert perform with Queen below: