One fake Taylor Swift can’t be enough for the world, so Madame Tussaud’s created another wax figure to honor the singer. Days before her sixth album release, a new Taylor wax figure made its debut at the San Francisco location. And it features live felines.
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Kylie Jenner might come off as a bit of a fake. The makeup mogul has been accused of getting all kinds of enhancements, from her lips to her boobs to her butt. But all of Kylie–real or fake–has been reproduced in painstaking detail thanks to Madame Tussauds.
Kylie showed up at the Madame’s Hollywood location to unveil her new wax figure. She even donated her 2016 Met Gala gown for the replica Kylie. Apparently, the whole thing came together so well that even Kylie’s own family couldn’t tell the difference.
“I made her FaceTime my whole family,” Kylie wrote in an Instagram post with her new look-alike. “Fooled everyone.”
See if you’re fooled by Kylie’s wax doppelgänger in the pics and vids below.
(Photo credit: Getty Images for Madame Tussauds)
Ariana Grande is the latest addition to Madame Tussaud’s Amsterdam location. A wax figure of the “Dangerous Woman” singer has been added to the museum’s collection. She joins some other pop music heavyweights as a featured piece in the tourist attraction.
Ariana’s new figure features her in a signature sequined two-piece. Her ponytail joins Taylor’s bob and Justin’s pre-dreads swoop. The Justin figure doesn’t have all of his most recent tattoos or his current buzzcut, but Dutch fans can imagine any collabs they want between the trio if they hit the museum.
See a pic and video of Ariana’s new figure below.
(Photo credits: Ariana Grande Instagram account; Madame Tussauds Amsterdam Facebook Account)
Zac Efron has received another wax figure from Madame Tussauds. This time, the actor was immortalized for his role in “Baywatch,” and his latest wax doppelgänger is on lifeguard duty at the beach. The Berlin location of the famous wax figure museum chain showed off its latest addition on Instagram. But there’s something a bit off about the new Zac.
First of all, it doesn’t have the blonde highlights his “Baywatch” character sports. The eyes are very Zac, so it looks good from far away. But up close, there’s something off about his jaw that makes him look a bit like a Hemsworth. If the people making the new Zac really wanted to pay homage to his “Baywatch” role, they probably should’ve put him in drag.
See pics of Zac’s new wax figure below, plus watch a video of the statue being unveiled.
(Photo credit: Zac Efron Instagram account)
Art will be imitating life for Kylie Jenner as she will soon become a wax figure. The reality star gave her followers a behind-the-scenes look into the process that goes into making a Madame Tussauds’ figurine and it’s already causing a bit of controversy. Soon after sharing a color mixing photo, many began accusing Kylie of trying to darken the complexion of her wax figure.
“They were mixing all those colors on a palette, not me. Stop reaching,” Kylie fired back on Snapchat. Kylie’s wax figure will take six months to complete and will probably mark the first time a celebrity and their respective Madame Tussaud wax figure are indistinguishable..
See photos and video from Kylie’s day of wax figure preparation below.
(Photo credits: Kylie Jenner Instagram and Snapchat accounts)
Turns out there’s a way to get a selfie with Justin Bieber, after all–as long as you don’t mind that he doesn’t smile. Madame Tussaud’s, the famous wax figure museum in New York City, has unveiled its latest Justin figure. And this Justin is shirtless, wet and ready for his close-up.
The new figure conjures up “Purpose Tour” vibes. The soaked Justin is sporting a white bandana and some baggy sweats. Based on some pictures, it seems much friendlier than the real deal. Perhaps Justin’s next figure should be nude, since the pop star can’t seem to keep is clothes on.
Check out some pics of Justin’s new figure below, plus the special announcement video complete with back-up dancers.
Would you take a photo with Justin’s wax figure?
(Photo credits: Madame Tussaud’s Twitter account)