A wax figure of Miley Cyrus was unveiled Thursday, March 20 at Madame Tussauds in New York City.
A wax figure of Miley Cyrus was unveiled Thursday, March 20 at Madame Tussauds in New York City. The actress-singer thus is the second youngest figure in the museum, after fellow celebuspawn Shiloh Jolie-Pitt.
Cyrus' wax figure is shown with long flowing hair, wearing black jeans, a blue and gold silk top, and opened-toed shoes. According to the museum's Website, "The figure is housed on the fifth floor in her very own colorful area ..... Miley's figure is sporting her trademark smile and long flowing locks."
Dozens of her tween supporters came out to see the unveiling. The first 100 fans who arrived at the exhibit in Times Square received free admission, T-shirts, posters, CDs and DVDs.
Concerning her skyrocketing career, Miley is said to have been planning to take her record-breaking live concert tour to Australia, possibly late this year. She reportedly is keen to perform in Australia since her father, U.S. country music star Billy Ray Cyrus, returned from Australia after a tour a decade ago and raved about it.