Justin Bieber Wax Figures: A Recap of the Singer’s Inanimate Clones
Sometimes it seems as if Justin Bieber has more wax figures than there are days in the year! Throughout the world, several wax variations of Bieber’s likeness can be viewed, from Berlin, Germany to Las Vegas, Nev. The wax clone of Bieber that is pictured above is housed at the Madame Tussauds museum in New York City, but there’s practically a whole posse of other Bieber statues throughout the world. Here’s a rundown of the most recent wax likenesses that have been carved as an homage to the Biebs.
In October 2011, the weirdest wax figure of Justin Bieber that we’ve seen so far was unveiled at the Museo de Cera in Madrid, Spain. Not only are its clothes ill-fitting, but the face of the status is off, with the likeness looking like a much older version of the adorable teenager. Although they did nail the purple shirt, which is the singer’s favorite color.
Next up is the sleek and suave wax clone of Bieber that was unveiled during the holiday season of 2011. Standing alongside a wax statue of his real-life girlfriend, Selena Gomez, Bieber looks ready for a fancy Christmas party in his black, pinstriped tuxedo and red tie. Gomez’s replica also looks ready to hit the town, donning a bedazzled gold dress and red lipstick … Although Bieber’s likeness is much more accurate than Gomez’s, in our personal opinion.
The fun doesn’t stop there, kids! In January 2012, the Las Vegas chapter of Madame Tussauds unveiled their own Bieber wax creation, and it’s rocking the signature Bieber swoop. Although he still is seen sporting the swoop at times, Bieber himself has been changing up his hairdo in recent months, donning a spikier, more edgy style.
For Justin Bieber’s 18th birthday, the world was gifted with yet another wax figure of the ‘Boyfriend’ crooner. This time around, the people at the Hollywood chapter of Madame Tussauds gave Bieber a more chiseled and muscular look — he is growing up right before our eyes, after all! He is also rocking a black vest, skinny black tie, and a white button-up, which kind of reminds us of Justin Timberlake (who is one of Bieber’s idols) circa ‘FutureSex/LoveSounds.’
And finally, the most recent wax likeness of Justin Bieber to be unveiled triumphantly to the world is the Michael Jackson-inspired statue housed in the Madame Tussauds museum in Berlin, Germany. Bieber is constantly comparing himself to the King of Pop, always striving to be as hard-working and talented as Jackson was during his lifetime; so the black and red military jacket, reminiscent of the ‘Thriller’ hitmaker, undoubtedly pleased the Canadian chart-topper.