Every few months, a magazine, pop-culture website or retailer will create a composite image of "the perfect woman" using readers' favourite celebrity features.
And (almost) always, the resulting image is an awkward mess.
The "Frankenbarbie," as Jezebel calls her, has Carrie Underwood's hair, Mila Kunis's eyes, Jessica Alba's smile, Sofia Vergara's boobs, Rihanna's abs, Gabrielle Union's arms and Blake Lively's legs.
"Why do we keep doing this—this splicing up and putting back together of women's bodies?" asks Jezebel's Kara Brown. "What is the takeaway here? If only Rihanna got a boob job and Blake Lively did a few more sit-ups they'd each be the perfect woman? All we end up with is a Frankenbarbie who looks neither real nor particularly beautiful, with an aesthetic that is completely unachievable."
The ideaRead More »from E! Online’s composite woman: the perfect female celeb, or just perfectly creepy?