Nicole Kidman has become the next celebrity to be honored with a wax work at the famed Madame Tussauds in London.
The Aussie actress' wax sculpture, dressed in a glamorous floor-length red gown, was unveiled on Wednesday, December 5.
Despite her yearlong career and countless achievements in movie industry, it's the first time ever that the museum has created Kidman's wax work.
It is said that it takes three months for designers to create Kidman's figure, based on thousands of her photographs.
"Nicole is wearing a stunning floor-length red dress which really emphasizes her flawless beauty and grace, idolized by so many women around the world," Madame Tussauds spokesman Ben Lovett commented. "There's no mistaking that she is a hugely popular global celebrity and we are delighted to be unveiling her."
Kidman recently starred as Marisa Coulter in the fantasy adventure drama "The Golden Compass." The film opens in Australia on December 26.