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Celebrity Cabbage Patch Kids: Cute or creepy?

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Steven Tyler, Al Roker get Cabbage Patched

Want to get Katherine Heigl, Steven Tyler, Raven-Symone, Kristin Chenoweth or Al Roker into your home? Now you can... sorta.

We look back fondly on our childhoods, mostly because of those super-adorable Cabbage Patch Dolls we "adopted" each Christmas and birthday. Sadly, the popularity of those loveable little dolls has waned over the years, but a new project -- launched in honor of National Adoption Month -- seeks to change that.

Steven Tyler, Al Roker get Cabbage Patched

Starting today, people can bid on one-of-a-kind Cabbage Patch Dolls designed to resemble celebrities like Al Roker, American Idol judge Steven Tyler, Katherine Heigl, Raven-Symone and Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth. The eBay auctions will benefit the Children's Action Network (CAN), a national adoption awareness organization with a mission to place children in foster care.

Each Cabbage Patch doll is dressed like his or her alter-ego: The Roker doll is dressed in specs and a suit, Heigl's is in a red carpet-ready gown and Tyler's looks ready to rock out.

"As a father, there is no difference between a biological child and an adopted one," said weatherman Roker. "Being a part of this auction is very meaningful to me as I have an adopted daughter and grew up with adopted siblings. This auction is significant in bringing more awareness to children's issues and hopefully will result in better outcomes for the many kids in the foster care system."

Heigl -- also an adoptive mother -- joined because it's a cause near and dear to her heart.

"I'm excited to be part of this auction to raise money and awareness for foster children," said Heigl. "Adoption is a cause very close to my heart as I have an adopted older sister and an adopted daughter. This auction is important to show the world how many adoptable kids are in great need of stable and loving homes."

Image courtesy Children's Action Network

Will you bid on these Cabbage Patch Dolls? Are they appealing or a little weird?

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