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Ready to expand your Funko Pop! collection? These charming little Pop! vinyls have become one of the hottest items for collectors, and Women’s History Month is a great time to purchase figurines of some of your favorite female music artists. Keep reading for a roundup of Funko Pop! collectibles of Britney Spears, Cher, Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton and more women in music.
Turn back time and travel down memory lane with Cher’s Funko Pop! vinyl. Stylized after the iconic outfit from Cher’s “Turn Back Time” music video, the Funko Pop! Rocks collectible is available for pre-order and will be released on May 30.
The Princess of Pop has a few different Funko Pops! released in her honor but the Circus Pop! vinyl is the most recent. The figurines is dressed in a ringleader outfit that Spears wore in her “Circus” music video, complete with fishnet stockings, black boots and a whip.
This year marks the 26th anniversary of Selena. The Tejano music legend’s first Funko Pop! vinyl figure was released in 2021 and wears the iconic purple jumpsuit from her 1995 performance at the Houston Astrodome.
“Don’t go chasing waterfalls!” TLC’s Pop! vinyls are available as solo dolls of Left-Eye, T-Boz and Chilli or in a set of three like the one featured above which are stylized after the “Waterfalls” music video.
“I feel like a woman!” Shania Twain’s Funko Pop! takes its wardrobe from the epic leopard-print look that she rocked in the music video for “I Feel Like a Woman.” Want to see the country star live? Click here to buy tickets to her upcoming tour.
Ozuna captures his 32nd No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart as “Hey Mor,” with Feid, advances from No. 3 to lead the March 4-dated ranking. Thanks to the new leader, Ozuna ties with Enrique Iglesias for the second-most No. 1s on the list. Feid, meanwhile, scores his second. “Hey Mor” takes over Latin Airplay in its ninth week, supported by a 12% increase in audience impressions, to 11.5 million, […]
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