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Madame Tussauds Las Vegas unveils wax figure of Madonna

On Thursday morning, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas unveiled a wax figure of pop superstar Madonna.
The figure arrives just in time for fans to strike a pose with it before her sold-out Las Vegas shows on Oct. 13 and 14. Flanked by Roman gladiators, the figure was inspired by Madonna’s 2012 Super Bowl performance. Famous London designer Philip Treacy, whose work has been worn in Sex and the City, Harry Potter and at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, created the headdress.

Fans attending Madonna’s Las Vegas performances are encouraged to present their concert ticket at the Madame Tussauds Las Vegas box office now through Monday, Oct. 15 to receive $10 off an adult general admission ticket.


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albert G

Ok....uh...not quite..there is a resemblance but the proportions are off and it doesn't quite look like her. Its amazing that none of the wax statues of Madonna from around the world really look like her! especially since she is the most photographed woman in history!!!


Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Hilarious! It looks even more plastic than the real thing... ;-)


I thought it was Britney Spears at first.


She looks cross-eyed and the arms look really looks like some weird doll.

DJ Taj

Doesn't look like her in the face. Looks like someone else wearing her Superbowl costume.


Overall, they did a great job- it is a very flattering version of Madonna! Madonna admits that she doesn't like her upper thighs, but the creator/s of this wax figure have been very sympathetic to her feelings and have decided to make her upper thighs an 'idealized slender version' of the real thing. Nevertheless, they have done an excellent job- they really got her face right, it's quite amazing!

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