One Direction dolls hit shelves in the U.K. in November, and they're so accurate in their likenesses that we can't decide whether it's awesome or somewhat creepy. The merchandise has now made its way to Australian retailers, and the dolls are proving to be even more reflective of the band than ever.

How so? In what may be a phenomenon even more uncanny than their physical resemblances, art is imitating life in regards to which member is most likely to go home with you.

The plasticized versions of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson are sold separately, which allows for analyses of each member's popularity in the toy world ... And, true to his ladies' man reputation, Harry Styles is the most likely for fans to take home (and possibly to undress). The mop-topped Brit is the best selling member of 1D in the official One Direction Store in Sydney, Australia.

One member who hasn't been getting much retail love down under? Lone Irishman Niall Horan is reported to be the least selling singer out of the 'X Factor U.K.' alumni. Weird considering he looks the most like a Ken doll!

Horan shouldn't be too upset, though. Considering a fan paid $100,000 for his discarded toast on eBay, we don't think he's doing too badly for himself. In fact, we bet Demi Lovato would be more than happy to snatch him up -- both in doll and human form!