This burger is everything — and he’s just Ken.
In honor of the upcoming July 21 movie, a limited-edition “Barbie” burger has debuted at Burger King restaurants in Brazil — and it’s leaving fast-food fans all over the world quite stunned over its, um, intriguing appearance.
In photos, the burger looks like a typical cheeseburger, but when you do a double take, there’s a bright pink sauce layered on top of the cheddar cheese.
According to a translation from the Burger King Brazil website, it’s a “smokey pink sauce” with a “crispy diced bacon” garnish.
The innovative item is actually part of a Barbie-themed meal at the chain’s Brazil locations, per CNBC.
The full meal comes with a vanilla milkshake that’s tinted pink and blended with strawberry Nesquik powder, complete with a pink frosted doughnut hanging off the drink’s straw.
It’s complete with an order of “Ken’s potatoes,” which aren’t anything too special — just their typical serving of french fries.
The Post reached out to Burger King for comment.
However, on Twitter, the burger is leaving people wondering whether or not they would dare to try it — especially when it comes to the pink toppings.
“I can already feel the stomach pains 😂,” someone tweeted.
“They put pepto bismol in the barbie burger,” one person joked.
“i’m so sorry but the pink burger looks like someone chewed a piece of bubblegum & spread it out on the thing 😭,” one person wrote.
“Shake looks good but like mf they put barbie GEW in that burger?????” another commented.
Others, however, were desperate to try the meal, and even wrote that they would fly to Brazil just to eat it.
“I will be moving to [B]razil to buy all of them,” one person stated.
“Brazilians win again brb getting the Barbie Burger,” another chimed in.
“Looks like I am going to Brazil for a while,” one fanatic commented.
Another person said, “Looks tasty not gonna lie.”
The meal will be available at Burger King restaurants Brazil via dine-in or delivery.
Strangely enough, this isn’t the first — or even the craziest — Barbie-themed item that has arrived on the market in anticipation of the movie, which stars Australian actress Margot Robbie as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken.
In recent months, there have been Barbie-themed pool floats, baby clothes, roller skates and toothbrushes for sale, according to TIME Magazine.
The classic card game Uno has even come out with a Barbie version of their game.
But that’s not all, in addition to Burger King, a number of fast-food chains have decided to draw inspiration from the upcoming movie.
Ice cream eatery Coldstone Creamery debuted a pink cotton candy-flavored treat in honor of Barbie, complete with pieces of graham cracker pie crust, a whipped topping and what they call “dance party sprinkles.”
Pasta brand Pastificio Di Martino also came out with a collaboration — in the shape of farfalle.