|Aqua and claimed that Mattel injected their own meanings into the song's lyrics||from the original on 6 July 2007|
|"Barbie Girl" Original extended mix — 5:14• Outside Europe, "Barbie Girl" peaked at number-one in Australia and New Zealand, number four in Canada and number seven on the US Billboard||In 2002, a Court of Appeals ruled the song was protected as a under the trademark doctrine of and the ; the judge also threw out the defamation lawsuit that Aqua's record company filed against Mattel, concluding his ruling: "The parties are advised to chill|
In 2013, sampled the song in his single "" featuring , and.
|6 September 1997 — via Google Books||from described it as a "dance-floor novelty that alludes to the secret, less-than-wholesome life of every little girl's fave doll|
|They contested Mattel's claims and countersued for defamation after Mattel had likened MCA to a bank robber||In Europe, the single peaked at the top position in Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, as well as on the|
Release history [ ] Country Release date Europe 14 May 1997 United Kingdom 13 October 1997 United States 1 September 1997 Cover versions and parodies [ ] The song has been covered by several artists throughout years.
|Limited Time Sale Easy Return DISNP Disney Plush Animal Core Dumbo 10||Bakker, Sietse 22 December 2009|
|"Barbie Girl" Radio edit — 3:22• In the United Kingdom, it debuted on the at number two and reached number one the next week, on 26 October 1997||'s covered this song as her solo performance during the first Asian concert tour|
The music video for "Barbie Girl" was recorded on 17 and 18 August 2005.29