A Miley Cyrus 'tweking action figure' is now up for sale, which looks set to forever immortalise her controverisal MTV Video Music Awards performance, during which she twerked in a latex bikini against R&B crooner Robin Thicke.
The plastic figurine of the 'We Can't Stop' singer sees the 20-year-old bent over in the infamous underwear and even sticking out her tongue, which is seemingly becoming her trademark expression.
The doll - which features a moving 'bobble butt' that shakes from side to side when moved - has been manufactured by american toy company HeroBuilder, who have made a limited collection of 5,000 dolls which are being sold at $29.95 each.
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The hilarious models of the star appear to be selling like hot cakes, as the company warned: "ORDER 'THE TWERKING FIGURINES - BOBBLE BUTT' BEFORE THEY ARE SOLD OUT. ONLY 5000 UNITS WILL BE MADE - LIMIT IS ONE PER ORDER 29.95. The first 2500 WILL BE DELIVERED BEFORE THE HOLIDAYS. (sic)"
The isn't the first time the company took advantage of something that has gone viral as the company have also produced figurines including several Barack Obama dolls and other pop culture icons.
Miley's twerking doll can be seen here.