Some people aren’t lucky enough to get waxed once, but Justin Bieber gets waxed three times. The “Baby” singer ‘s wax figurine will be displayed in Madame Tussauds in New York, London and Amsterdam. And even though Bieber got a new hair cut recently, each figure will feature the singer’s signature swoop- do.
Bieber was on-hand at the unveiling of the London wax figure and tweeted the following message:
“Arrived at @tussaudslondon to see my WAX figure!! the 1st time i saw a wax figure was in nyc and all we could do was look thru the glass,” he wrote. “Now we are here in London and they r about to show my figure here and in amsterdam and in nyc at the one we looked thru the glass. #DREAMBIG.”
The NY figure will be displayed alongside mentor Usher in the VIP room. The clothes the figure sports were donated by Bieber himself.The NYC Bieber statue is wearing a black vest by will.i.am and pants by Balenciaga.
Justin had this to say about getting a wax figure in general:
“I’m honored to be getting my own wax figures,” Bieber previously said about joining fellow pop stars like Taylor Swift and the Jonas Brothers at Madame Tussauds. “To be immortalized in wax alongside some of my idols — Michael Jackson, Prince, Beyoncé and my mentor, Usher — is incredibly exciting and very cool.”
Although it may look like it, the picture above is not the real Will Smith, instead it is new wax figure of the actor that was unveiled on Deb. 16 at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is probably one of the most uncanny resemblances to a celebrity I’ve ever seen. The real Will Smith was not at the unveiling.
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Taylor Swift is the latest celebrity to get waxed. The singer was all-smiles as she unveiled her wax figure at Madame Tussauds on October 27, 2010 in New York City. Swift even sported the same dress and heels. Not a spitting image of the singer, but an honor nonetheless.
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Rihanna is the latest celebrity to get her very own wax figure. The figure was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. on August 31st. The museum even gave the first 50 visitors a free umbrella if they said the word ‘umbrella’ upon entrance. The “Disturbia” singer tweeted a picture of herself and the figure and showed her apprecoation to Madame Tussauds by writing a thank you tweet.
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