15 Rarest LOL Surprise Dolls – Is yours a collectible?

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In 2016, toy company MGA Entertainment released L.O.L. Surprise! and it quickly became one of the best selling toys in the United States. As the name of the toy line implies, L.O.L. Surprise! concept is modeled after the very popular blind bag figures craze that started in Japan. Due to the nature of blind bags, certain L.O.L. Surprise dolls are rarer than other. Every series features at least one Ultra-Rare doll that has a low production numbers. Although the L.O.L. Surprise line is over five years old, collecting the dolls is still a pretty popular hobby. The rarest dolls are listed on eBay for double or even quadruple the original retail price.

As of June 2021, the information on this list is as accurate as possible and will be updated as needed.

  1. Sugar Queen
  2. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 003
    Series: Series 2 Christmas
    Official Rarity: Rare
    Sugar Queen
    photo source: Pinterest

    Sugar Queen was the first Christmas doll that L.O.L. Surprise ever released. She is based on the Sugarplum Fairy from the classic Christmas ballet, The Nutcracker. Sugar Queen wears a glittery tutu and even has ballet shoes. She has two pets, Sugar Sneak and Sugar Squeak.


  3. Stardust Queen
  4. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 002
    Series: Big Surprise
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Stardust Queen
    photo source: Walmart

    Stardust Queen is another Ultra-Rare Big Surprise doll. She is based on David Bowie and her outfit is similar to the one Bowie wore while performing “Ziggy Stardust.” Stardust Queen has different colored eyes, as a nod to the misconception that David Bowie had heterochromia. Bowie actually had anisocoria, which makes one pupil larger than the other.


  5. Splash Queen
  6. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 001
    Series: Series 2
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Splash Queen
    photo source: Splash Queen

    Splash Queen is a mermaid-themed Ultra-Rare L.O.L. Surprise doll from Series 2. She has glittery blue hair and wears a dress that has shells on top and a mermaid tail pattern on the bottom. Splash Queen was later re-released as part of the Bling Series.

    Did You Know?

    Splash Queen was the only Ultra-Rare Series 2 doll from The Glitterati Club and in the Bling Series, she was the only non-Rare Glitterati member.


  7. Splash Meow-Maid
  8. Club: The Glit
    Character Number: 003
    Series: Series 3 Pets
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Splash Meow-Maid
    photo source: Pinterest

    Splash Meow-Maid is an Ultra-Rare L.O.L. Surprise Pet and belongs to Splash Queen, who is also on this list. She is a little tan cat, with a mermaid hair, and blue glittery hair that matches Splash Queen’s.


  9. The Queen
  10. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 004 (Series 2) and 004 (Glam Glitter)
    Series: Series 2 and Glam Glitter Series
    Official Rarity: Rare (Series 2) and Ultra-Rare (Glam Glitter)
    The Queen
    photo source: Pinterest

    The Queen was released in Series 2 as a Rare L.O.L. Surprise doll. Her outfit, name, and design were inspired by Elvis Presley, who was known as “The King.” The Queen was later re-released as the other Ultra-Rare doll, along with Kitty Queen, in the Glam Glitter Series. Jukebox B.B. is The Queen’s older sister and part of the OMG Fashion Dolls Series.


  11. Purple Queen
  12. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 001
    Series: Big Surprise
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Purple Queen
    photo source: Walmart

    Purple Queen is an Ultra-Rare doll released LOL Big Surprise Series. The Big Surprise balls were special event items that came in a large ball with 50+ surprises, including exclusive dolls, clothing and accessories, and charms. Purple Queen’s design is an homage to the late singer Prince and his song “Purple Rain.”


  13. Pop Heart
  14. Club: Art Club
    Character Number: 029
    Series: Series 4
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Pop Heart
    photo source: LOL Surprise Facebook

    Pop Heart is another Ultra-Rare color-changing L.O.L. Surprise doll. Her style and her name draws inspiration from the Pop Art movement. Pop Heart’s dress even features a speech bubble with the word POP! Removing Pop Heart’s dress reveals a swimsuit that changes colors. Her hair also goes from black and blue to red and white.


  15. Luxe
  16. Club: 24K Gold
    Character Number: 005
    Series: Series 2
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Luxe
    photo source: Pinterest

    Luxe is the Ultra-Rare doll from the 24K Club, which came out during Series 2. As part of the 24K Glub, Luxe has a special metallic shine to all of paint on the doll. Because she was a limited Ultra-Rare, Luxe goes for quite a bit on eBay, beginning at about $40 for just Luxe and as high as $150 for the whole Luxe family set.


  17. Kitty Queen
  18. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 002 (Series 2) and 001 (Glam Glitter)
    Series: Series 2 and Glam Glitter
    Official Rarity: Rares (Series 2) and Ultra-Rare (Glam Glitter)
    Kitty Queen
    photo source: Pinterest

    Kitty Queen was a Rare Series 2 L.O.L. Surprise doll and she was an Ultra-Rare during the Glam Glitter Series. Some L.O.L. fans think that Kitty Queen may be loosely based on Ariana Grande as the doll has a cat ear headband, a high ponytail, and wears outfits similar to the pop star. Kitty Queen is so popular that she also got a Big B.B. Surprise release. She also has a big sister, Kitty K, that is part of the OMG Fashion Dolls Series.

    Did You Know?

    Kitty Queen is the second cat-themed L.O.L. Surprise doll ever released, with the first being Baby Cat, which features whiskers.


  19. Cosmic Queen
  20. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 004 (Series 1) and 002 (Glitter Series)
    Series: Series 1 and Glitter Series
    Official Rarity: Rares (Series 1) and Ultra-Rare (Glitter Series)
    Cosmic Queen
    photo source: eBay

    Besides Queen Bee, Cosmic Queen is one of the most popular Rare/Ultra-Rare L.O.L. Surprise dolls. She was also released in Series 1 and again in the Glitter Series as an Ultra-Rare. Cosmic Queen has fun teal colored hair, purple lipstick, and she wears a glittery purple jumpsuit.

    Did You Know?

    The heart-shaped sunglasses that Cosmic Queen wore in Series 1 were later reused for Neon Q.T. in the JK Mini Fashion Doll line.


  21. Boss Queen
  22. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 001 (Series 3) and 002 (Sparkle Series)
    Series: Series 3 and Sparkle Series
    Official Rarity: Rare (Series 3) and Ultra-Rare (Sparkle Series)
    Boss Queen
    photo source: Pinterest

    Boss Queen made her debut with Series 3 as a Rare L.O.L. Surprise Doll. As her name implies, Boss Queen is dressed like she works in an office and has black round glasses. She has an older sister, named Da Boss, which is part of the OMG Fashion Dolls Series. Boss Queen was re-released as Ultra-Rare in  the Sparkle Series.


  23. Bebé Bonita
  24. Club: Spooky Club
    Character Number: 4-035
    Series: Eye Spy
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Bebé Bonita
    photo source: eBay

    Bebé Bonita is painted like a Sugar Skull, which is part of the Mexican holiday, the Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos). She was released as part of the Eye Spy Series and has color changing features. While many fans missed their chance to snag the original Bebé Bonita, in 2020, a Spooky Sparkle Limited Edition version of the doll was released and is still for sale on Amazon at this time at a marked up price of $22. The Spooky Sparkle Bebé Bonita glows in the dark and she probably won’t be around for much longer.


  25. Beatnik Babe
  26. Club: Retro
    Character Number: 020
    Series: Series 3
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Beatnik Babe
    photo source: Pinterest

    Beatnik Babe, whose style and name is a direct reference to 60s Beatnik fashion, is one of the few Ultra-Rare L.O.L. Surprise dolls that isn’t part of the Glitterati Club. She is part of the Retro Club and came out with Series 3. Another thing that makes Beatnik Babe a desirable L.O.L. Surprise doll is that she has color changing features. When heat is applied (with hot water, etc.), the black parts of Beatnik Babe’s clothes turn teal and purple. If cold water is used, her white hair turns red and she gets red eyeshadow, a red top, and red bracelets.


  27. Agent 00L
  28. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 007
    Series: Big Surprise
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Agent 00L
    photo source: eBay

    Agent 00L is an Ultra-Rare doll from the Surprise Series. Her design is based on a detective and she comes with a deerstalker cap. Agent 00L also has a pet named Agent Purr and a lil sister. In the Surprise Series, Agent 00L is number 007, which is believed to be a reference to James Bond. This would also explain Agent 00L’s detective motif.


  29. Queen Bee
  30. Club: The Glitterati
    Character Number: 003 (Series 1) and 1 (Glitter)
    Series: Series 1 and Glitter
    Official Rarity: Ultra-Rare
    Queen Bee
    photo source: L.O.L. Suprise! Wiki

    According to many in the fandom, Queen Bee is considered the rarest L.O.L. Surprise! doll in any series. Queen Bee initially appeared in Series 1 as an Ultra-Rare and had glittered hair and black and yellow striped dress. Series 1 Queen Bee is currently listed on eBay for $27 – $65, which is more than double the retail price. Queen Bee was released again for the Glitter Series as an Ultra-Rare with glittered hair and outfit.

    Did You Know?

    Queen Bee’s design was inspired by Beyonce and the doll’s Glitter Series outfit looks like the one Beyonce wore in her “Single Ladies” music video.

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