Our Favorite Little Dancer Audrey Becomes a Doll -- Literally -- With Futuristic 3-D Technology

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Lots of little girls have been told they look like a doll -- but what if they actually could BE a doll?

Confused? Totally understandable, we were too!

It turns out that there’s a company called doob that will create a doll (or a “doob”) that looks exactly like you!

We sent our favorite little YouTube star Audrey Nethery (whose singing and dancing videos have received millions of views, while raising awareness for her rare disease Diamond-Blackfan Anemia) to test out the technology!

“I’ve never in a million years thought we would have a doll of Audrey,” her dad Scott told us.

Audrey stepped into a futuristic-looking 3-D full-body scanner that took 54 images instantaneously. She said, “It was a little bit scary at first, but it wasn’t that bad. It’s like being in the Matrix!”

Doob then used a 3-D printer to create the doll -- and the resemblance is truly stunning. Check out more of Audrey’s adventures below: 

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