Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. Unveils Its New Justin Bieber Waxwork

Justin Bieber’s New Washington D.C. Waxwork May Be The Best Of The Bunch

Justin Bieber’s immortalization continues apace.

A brand new waxwork of the teen star has been installed at Madame Tussauds Washington D.C.

The figure was unveiled Wednesday, June 26, in the “Music Stars” section of the museum.

From the franchise’s own description and pictures of the model, the Canadian’s Washington wax is certainly the most modern of Madame Tussauds’ collection of ‘Biebers.’

The singer’s waxwork is styled wearing a blue and black leather jacket, black leather harem pants and showcases his signature pompadour hair.

In the run-up to the reveal the Washington team hosted a “Biggest Belieber” contest, the winner of which would get to unveil the new model.

Like many others contestants, the winner — 17-year-old Sandy, who describes Justin as “unique and inspirational” — submitted a video to Madame Tussauds spelling out the reasons why she is a fan.

At Washington D.C’s website, Sandy said being chosen was “really cool” and “incredible.”

Her verdict on the Bieb’s waxwork? It was “really realistic and so exact, right down to all the details.”





Justin Bieber's Newest Waxwork At Madame Tussauds Washington D.C