After Barbie and the Rockers have finished their record-breaking world tour, interviewers are interested to know what Barbie will do next. She says she has something "extra special" planned. The band goes to stay at a hotel and also ask Barbie what they are going to do next, but Barbie doesn't tell them either. She does say that everything will be fine and they all dance to one of their songs.
After dancing all night, Barbie greets a postman in the morning. He gives her an invitation to a ball to honor her as the first ambassador for world peace. Barbie decides to take Ken as her date and they all help Barbie decide on what to wear. When she is ready, she and Ken go to the ball and she finally reveals what the band will be doing next: They will be doing the first concert ever performed in outer space. Everyone in the audience is impressed but when Barbie tells the band they need to be convinced. They all agree on the idea and have to quickly prepare everything.
When everything is organized, the band goes into space and view the stars and planets. After having fun on the ship, they reach the Interstar Amphitheater, where they will be performing. They are greeted by Dr. Leonard and are surprised that they have an audience up in space. The band go to get and go with Dr. Leonard to see their stage. As the band are about to go on worldwide TV live, and it is air time, the band runs to the stage. Barbie tells everyone that the concert is to mark the first day of world peace everywhere and plays a new song she wrote specially for the concert.
In order of appearance:
- Barbie and the rockers theme
- Catch us if you can (Dave Clark Five cover)
- Best Friends
- I'm happy just to dance with you (The Beatles cover)
- Do you believe in magic? (The Lovin' Spoonful cover)
- Reachin for the stars
- Everybody Rocks
Originally released in 1987, "Barbie and the Rockers" employed standard 2-D cel animation.
- Directors: Bernard Deyries and Bill Dubay
- Writers: Bill Dubay, Martha Moran and Barbie creator Ruth Handler.
- Producer: Eric S. Rollman.