Kennedy is a Caucasian girl with blonde hair, light skin and blue eyes. She replaced Barbie in 2008, after Barbie moved to California. Kennedy is an Aquarius who is "...a celebrity in training" and came from Hollywood. She is named after John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City and her pet is Yorkie a dog.
Barbie is "...cute but edgy", pale skin, blonde hair, blue eyes, her astrological sign is Libra, her favorite place is the spa and she loves yoga, chatting with cute guys, going to movies and parties with her friends, massage and pedicures. Her favorite beverage is iced coffee and she can't live without her cellphone. River is her boyfriend. She moved to California and was replaced by Kennedy.
Madison (Westley in the UK and the Republic of Ireland) is African-American, brown skin, light blue eyes and medium brown hair. She was one of the original three dolls and the 'shopper' of the gang. According to the official My Scene website, she is an urban, enjoys traveling in style, spends her time getting manicures at her favorite spa and going shopping.She is romantically paired with Sutton. Her astrological sign is Leo, she lives with her father and she can't go anywhere without her journal. In Europe she is called "Westley", for unknown reasons (probably to have the same -lee syllable on her name as the other girls), but in the US she is named after Madison Avenue, a major shopping district. Her pet is Bella.
Chelsea has tan skin, brown eyes and auburn hair. Chelsea is an artist and was one of the original dolls. She wants to be a fashion designer and according to the official website, her signature look is "...original and funky" and her astrological sign is Scorpio. She loves retro clothing stores, her prized possession is her notebook and she loves pets. She is named after the Chelsea neighborhood in New York City and her pet's alternates between Mambo or Churro.
Nolee is of Japanese-American descent, with black hair, pale skin and purple eyes. She was the fourth doll in the My Scene line and is a fortune-telling skater girl. Her astrological sign is Gemini. She dated Bryant until 2003, the year Bryant was dropped from the My Scene line . According to the official website, she is good at keeping secrets, believes in good luck and karma and her look is sporty. She is discontinued in the shows. She is named after Nolita in New York and her pet is Cookie.
Delancey is of mixed Irish and Italian ancestry. This doll was originally produced with maroon-streaked platinum blonde hair, green eyes, pale skin and a beauty mark on her cheek. In 2007, she was produced with dark brown hair with blonde streaks and blue eyes. She is from California and was the second doll in the My Scene line and is a skater and surfer. She is Chelsea's cousin. According to the My Scene website, she enjoys the beach. Her astrological sign is Taurus and her look is edgy, funky, and colorful. She was named after Delancey Street in New York City. Her pet is named Sugar.
Kenzie has ginger hair, light freckled skin, and green eyes and is from Atlanta, Georgia. Kenzie has appeared four times since she was introduced in 2004. She and Nolee were very close and, according to the official website, works in a shopping mall. Her astrological sign is Cancer, she likes to make people laugh, and her style is characterized as "cute." Her pet is unnamed, and was a repaint of Barbie's dog, Yorkie.
Nia has hazel eyes, tanned skin and light brown hair. The newest of the group, she was introduced in 2008. Born in Mexico City, she now lives in Miami. She is a dancer. The official website says that she likes to be loud, funny, and the life of any party. Her astrological sign is Libra and loves reading romance books.
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