Ever Wonder How Madame Tussauds Make Their Wax Figures? Perrie Edwards Reveals All

The Little Mix star shared some interesting BTS from the waxwork process.

Perrie Edwards has shared her excitement to see her new wax work displayed in Madame Tussauds.

Featuring all four Little Mix ladies, including former band member Jesy Nelson, the ladies iconic Confetti looks from their sixth studio album were cemented in wax this week and will now be displayed in Madame Tussauds in London.

“This felt so surreal, as you can see I couldn’t stop smiling,” revealed Perrie. “The team were AMAZING, and their attention to detail BLEW MY MIND!” the singer continued while sharing some snaps of the process which involves moulding lifelike statues of the Little Mix stars from wax.

Sharing an insight into how the figures are actually made, Perrie posted a series of videos which showed the star posing for the team at Madame Tussauds from a variety of different angles. As well as photos showing the team trying to match Perrie’s skin tone to various paint colours, as well as making sure they got her eye colour right with a fake eyeball.

The finishing result… well, it looks identical to the star.


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Sharing their excitement to have the looks now finally finished (as the work began pre-covid), the team at Madame Tussauds shared the finishing looks, announcing that the statues were open to the public from July 28th.

Sharing a video of the first lucky customers that got to see the figures, it’s safe to say they’re pretty epic IRL too!

Certainly worth a visit if you’re heading to London any time soon.


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