Justin Bieber has been immortalized in wax.
The 17-year-old singer is the latest star to be honored with his own wax figure replica by the famous museum Madame Tussauds. He unveiled his double in London yesterday (March 15) in front of a few lucky fans while thousands more watched via a live web stream.
The "Baby" hitmaker seemed impressed by his likeness although he commented that he had grown taller since he posed for it.
He told museum staff: "It's pretty incredible to see. I'm taller but this was a point in time.
"It looks awesome, thanks very much."
Fan Grace Magraff, 14, said: "I cannot believe I am in the same room as Justin and his figure is amazing. I don't want to leave; I just want to stay by his figure forever! It's brilliant, just like him. I love it!"
The waxwork was created with the help of the teenager's personal hair stylist to ensure it had his signature sweeping cut—which he recently ditched—and is dressed in a fashionable black and red shirt with jeans.
Justin gave sculptors in New York a sitting late last year, where hundreds of precise measurements were taken. The figure then took four months to complete at a cost of £150,000.
Liz Edwards, PR manager at the attraction, said: "The interest in Justin's figure has been truly phenomenal. We were absolutely inundated with requests from young fans to include him and since we announced that we were indeed making his figure we've been besieged by 'Beliebers' wanting to know when they can come and see him here.
"We're sure they will be pleased with the final results as Justin seems to be today."
Figures of Justin were also revealed at Madame Tussauds Amsterdam and Madame Tussauds New York today.