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Hasbro has joined forces with the boys of One Direction to produce a line of toys and games related to the boy band.

According to MusicWeek, the deal will include fashion dolls and figurines of each member of the band to be sold globally this coming fall, except for in the U.K. and Ireland.

“In the short time since the group’s debut, One Direction has captured the hearts of many young fans across the world,” said John Frascotti, chief marketing officer, Hasbro, Inc, in a statement.

“We are excited about the opportunity to provide One Direction’s very enthusiastic international fan base with a diverse product line that captures the essence of the band members,” he added.

From a writer who spent countless hours playing with the ‘N Sync dolls as a child, these are bound to be hot items for young 1D fans come Christmas.

  • Xosnowangel

    why aren’t they being sold in the U.K. & Ireland..thats where they’re from lol

  • Jd

    Wait… They aren’t already? Soulless reality stars with ok to good talent that is going to be irrelevant during the next couple of years. The only thing that makes stand out is their accent (I’m a sucker for British guys). Also one is going to pull a Lance (from Nsynch) 10 dollars on its Louis. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/iDomi Domi Ed

    Their pervy fans are going to have fun with these.

  • Mo

    Thats taking it a LITTLE too far…

  • Laura J

    pretty sure there are dolls o them already- they’ve shown them on chat shows with them on- you can buy them at Argos in the UK

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