US: Bring It's Sunjai Williams to get doll treatment from Tonner-One World - ToyNews

US: Bring It's Sunjai Williams to get doll treatment from Tonner-One World

“Tonner-One World continues to recognise celebrities who use their platform to serve as role models that empower girls all over the world."
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Tonner-One World has signed a licensing and production agreement with TV personality and dancer Sunjai Williams to create a fashion doll in her likeness.

Williams starred in the reality dance series Bring It and boasts 'positive attributes that align with the Tonner-One World brand'.

“Tonner-One World continues to recognise celebrities who use their platform to serve as role models that empower girls all over the world,” said Joanne Melton, CEO of Tonner-One World Holdings.

“We are delighted to announce that Sunjai Williams, from the hit television show Bring It, will be a central figure in the development of our 2017 Prettie Girls! doll series.

Williams added: “I am beyond thrilled to be working alongside Tonner-One World and renowned doll designer Stacey McBride-Irby to create my very own doll.

“Having grown up playing with dolls, this is a dream come true.”


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