The pop icon, Justin Bieber’s wax statue made by Madame Tussauds was unveiled in Delhi and its a proud moment for India. Justin Bieber is an internationally renowned pop artist who got popular as a teenage singer. His great fan following around the world is the proof of his popularity. The life-size wax statue of Justin Bieber was made public today at The Grub Fest food festival at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
Justin Bieber wax statue by Madame Tussauds unveiled at Delhi
The wax idol of Justin Bieber at Madame Tussauds Delhi is a look-alike of the international pop artist with six-pack abs, all the accessories, body tattoos and the hairstyle also. The statue of Justin Bieber is donning a ripped jeans and the idol posing with one of the hands in the pocket and the other one dangling. As per the Instagram post shared by the team of Madame Tussauds, the making of Justin Bieber’s wax idol took 300 plus measurements, 20 plus artists and 4 plus months to complete.
Making of Justin Bieber wax statue by Madame Tussauds team Delhi
Catch a glimpse of how Justin Bieber Wax Statue was made at Madame Tussauds Delhi while artists are giving the final touch to the wax idol before it was unveiled to the public.
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The unveiling of the Justin Bieber wax statue on this platform has created great prospects for India that welcomes veteran artists like Madame Tussauds to showcase their expertise and make our country proud. The newly launched wax statue of the international pop icon, Justin Bieber will share space with Indian actors, actresses and other celebrities from various fields including Hrithik Roshan, Jenifer Lopez, Asha Bhonsle, Madhubala and Kapil Dev at the Madame Tussauds museum Delhi which will be made public on December 1.