Madame Tussauds has unveiled its fourth waxwork of Kylie Minogue, making the Australian pop star the most modelled celebrity after the Queen.
The new mannequin of pop singer Kylie Minogue has been unveiled Wednesday January 10th at Madame Tussauds in London. This is the fourth time that the Aussie star has her figure immortalized in waxwork, makes her the most modeled icon at the museum behind the Queen.
The likeness of Kylie, shows her in a long red dress and sat on a sparkling crescent moon, is based on part of her recent Showgirl Homecoming Tour. The waxwork comes after Kylie became the latest star to unveil a cast of her handprints on London's new Square of Fame, outside Wembley Arena.
Unlike the other three, the has-just-unveiled mannequin is scented. It reportedly purely smells like Kylie's signature perfume, "Darling". Go, visit the museum. Enjoy the waxwork and smell it.