The fight between the “real life” Barbie and Ken (aka Valeria Lukyanova and Justin Jedlica)

Photos from Facebook pages of Valeria Lukyanova and Justin JedlicaThe human versions of Barbie and Ken (Valeria Lukyanova and Justin Jedlica) immediately began fighting upon their meeting in New York City.

Photos from Facebook pages of Valeria Lukyanova and Justin JedlicaThe human versions of Barbie and Ken (Valeria Lukyanova and Justin Jedlica) immediately began fighting upon their meeting in New York City.

Ever heard of Valeria Lukyanova, aka the human Barbie doll? The Ukrainian model has gone to great pains to transform herself into an eerie likeness of the toy, complete with abnormal measurements, shiny skin and a vacant stare.

Not to be outdone, some dude named Justin Jedlica has turned himself into a Ken doll, and the two met in New York recently.

However, it was not a Barbie’s Dreamhouse photo shoot. In fact, it was more like “The Bride of Frankenstein,” because, according to The Sun, the two immediately began fighting.

“Much of her look is added make-up, fake hair and slimming corsets,” Jedlica said. “Drag queens have put on the same illusions for years.”

Not to be out-dissed, Lukyanova shot back with the fact that Jedlica had undergone more than 90 plastic surgeries, while she has had only one.

If you picture a 5-year-old with a doll in each fist, banging them together violently, you might have a good metaphorical representation of how it went. (Yes! More please.)

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