True Hope Bratz Dolls Receive Celebrity Support

In February, MGA Entertainment announced its plans to launch a line of dolls called “True Hope” Bratz® and Moxie Girlz™ Dolls in response to the social media petition for a bald doll to raise awareness of children going through chemotherapy, affected by alopecia or dealing with a parent with cancer.

Hunger Games star, Kalia Prescott, encouraged her Twitter followers to check out Bratz True Hope.

 

The dolls will be available to purchase in June at Toys “R” Us and $1 from each will be donated to City of Hope Cancer Foundation.

Bratz and MGA Entertainment received a resounding amount of support from the public following this announcement. We wanted to share some of the buzz from our celebrity supporters here on the official Bratz Trends blog—it’s always trendy to help others!

At the 2012 Kids’ Choice Awards celebrities tweeted their support for Bratz True Hope.

Aubrey O'Day from former pop group Danity Kane and Celebrity Apprentice star, tweeted her support and applauded Bratz for being the first to create dolls for this cause.

Dana Wilkey from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills tweeted her support and thanked Bratz for stepping up!

Jennifer Stone, who plays Harper on Wizards of Waverly Place, stopped by to say hello to the True Hope Bratz!

Another Wizards of Waverly Place star, Maria Canals-Berrera, came by to see what True Hope is all about.

Madison Pettis, currently stars in Disney's Life With Boys, posed with True Hope Bratz.

Singer Cody Simpson showed his support for True Hope Bratz Boyz!

63 thoughts on “True Hope Bratz Dolls Receive Celebrity Support

  1. Hi peeps its me again i cant believe that i have muscles i freaking nocked the stuffing out of my big bear i just hope if im ever famous i waunt to be just like jade except that i have way longer hair than her i all ready love science so all i have to do is be ritch and have awesome clothes and ill be just like you PEACE

  2. Yay Cody Simpson! ^_^
    Congratz on all this promo, Bratz! ♥

  3. Aww…look. It’s Cody Simpson, my sister’s love :)

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  5. I will never for get when i called that girl melanie a slut i realy didnt mean to so i hope theres no hard feelings betwean us so ok write me back as soon as you can. P.S.are you a woman or a kid because im a ……….

  6. O.M.G thats Cody Simson ewwwwwww hes so busted he looks like a hippy that got droped of into the street because no body waunted to look at him actualy if i was his mother i would drop you off in the middle of the hi way so PEACE

  7. I love this Article BRATZ are soooooooooo awesome i love you guys this is the greatest thing in the world GOOOOOO BRATZ YAY

  8. i want like all of those now my grandma has some type of cancer and she is asome!!! thx for the information

  9. i luv Bratz!cloe and jade are epic.Luv the styles!u are so nice!bratz is way better then barbie!!!barbie’s myscene dolls look exactly like the bratz dollz.I have the passion for fashion!

  10. I think its great that they mabe bratzs that have cancert that is the baest idea ever keep working I hope I one day can make a bratzs doll.

  11. i think its great for them to some bold dolls but i like ones with hair better xDD

  12. i love to speak true fashion i dont like peanut lololololololololollolololololoolo

  13. its really sweet for bratz to make dolls for cancer survivors.I was even shocked that they even made a bratz boyz doll.The generous grade A+

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  16. Hey peeps its Mia here and i think the True Hope Bratz Dolls are absaloutley Gorgeous and Beutiful xoxoxoxoxooxoxoxoxoxoxooxx

  17. Ilove bratz and when iheard and saw the ool who are going to support it iwas soon happy ilove bratz urule

  18. Jennifer Stone ilove you i see wizard and iloveMadison Pettis ilike you

  19. OMG thats so so awsom that they got salberties to suport the true hope bratz. its soooooooooooooooo presh :D

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  22. I think True Hope is very positive for kids with sickness and it makes them feel beautiful when they can see dolls that look like them. I saw one girl pick up the doll and decide to find a matching outfit for the doll. She saw that the dolls made themselves look good despite their sicknes, and she wanted to do so too. Lookin good is feelin good! Or in this case, feelin better!

  23. I SO WANT A CANCER DOLL IT LOOKS SO CUTE I WANT TO GET 100 OF THE DOLLS. I THINK THIS IS THE SMARTEST IDEA EVER KNOW TO MAN I TOLD ALL OF MY FAMILY THAT I WANT THIS DOLL.

  24. I think it’s really great of Bratz to make a doll like this! Cancer is a big issue and to make these dolls is really awesome! Bratz, that’s really considerate of you!

  25. Oh and thanks all you awesome celebs for stopping by and checking out the true hope bratz dolls!

  26. I think maybe you should giveaway some to girls with cancer. GREAT IDEA!

  27. Who’s idea was it to come up with these dolls? Whoever did tell em I love em and that they are just the greatest ppl ever! Also tell Cloe and Sasha and Jade and Yasmin they can count on me for full support on this stuff! Thanks Bratz!

  28. Okay have you ever seen Barbie without hair? Has she ever done anything like this? NO!!!!!! C’mon Barbie be more like bratz! Why doesn’t barbie make a blog like this? idk! LUV YA SASHA AND CLOE AND JADE AND YASMIN AND PLZ BARBIE MAKE A BLOG????????????????????

  29. OH SO SAD BRATZ HATERS THINK BRATZ ARENT CARING BUT THEY SHOULD HAVE A SHOW AGAIN ANYWAY BRATZ FIGHT THE POWER

  30. I think its a BRILLIANT idea!! This will do alot for children with cancer!! I love you, Yasmine!!

  31. Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted to say excellent blog!

  32. d9eXUI Wow, great article.Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic.

  33. cool! i love to see that companys can help other people that actually need help!

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