Screams of delight rang out across Madame Tussauds London, as fifty lucky Styles superfans were the first to ‘meet’ the Baker Street attraction’s latest figure, Harry Styles last week.
Those in attendance at the exclusive Late Night Talking event packed into the attraction’s Awards Party zone to see the British heartthrob, singer, actor and fashion icon’s figure revealed in a dramatic curtain drop moment – followed by hundreds of sought after selfies. His fans echoed Harry’s mother, Anne Twist who shared an image of the London based likeness on her Instagram saying ‘Love This’, and the recent online reaction, stating how lifelike the figure was.
Harry Styles’ stunningly lifelike new figure took Madame Tussauds’ expert artists over 10 months to create and is one of seven figures now on display around the world.
You should recognise the suit the wax figure is wearing, as the double-breasted hunter green blazer, large flower brooch, pistachio green trousers, ivory boots and the all-important bright green handbag and classic pearl necklace jewellery, was all inspired by his Gucci look worn to the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of ‘My Policeman,’ which was one of my favourite menswear looks of 2022.
This newest addition to Awards Party zone, will stand amongst the Beckhams, Zendaya, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Harry’s likeness is the second made by Madame Tussauds London.
His first figure, alongside the other members of One Direction, was created after hours of sittings with the London attraction’s expert sculptors back in 2013.
What about the other six?
Madame Tussauds in Berlin and New York will get Harry’s waxworks in a pink waistcoat and a rainbow-sequined jumpsuit.
Amsterdam, Hollywood, Singapore, and Sydney will showcase his other famous standout looks including a pink feather boa and a pink embroidered suit.
Tim Waters, general manager at Madame Tussauds London, said: “This global, seven-figure launch is testament to Harry’s incredible star power and we love that we can welcome Harry home to Madame Tussauds London.”
“We know this will be a dream come true for all his fans as thousands have requested his figure over the last couple of years.”
Credit: Madame Tussauds
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