The boys' wax works reportedly cost a total of 1 million dollars to produce and feature actual clothes worn and donated by them.
Jonas Brothers get waxed one more time. On Wednesday, September 30, Madame Tussauds Hollywood unveiled its latest wax collections, which were those of the musical trio. It is the second wax replica made for them after the Madame Tussauds in Washington D.C. debuted a set last year.
Kevin Jonas and Nick Jonas' wax figures are seen posing with guitars on their hands. As for Joe Jonas' wax work, it is seen holding a microphone. The threesome's wax figures cost a total of $1 million to produce and feature actual clothes worn/donated by the boys, according to MTV.
Kevin, Joe, and Nick, in the meantime, are taking some time off from their tour, which is aimed to promote their latest album "Lines, Vines and Trying Times", to film the "Camp Rock" sequel "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" in Canada. They will be heading to South America and Europe next week to continue touring for the next two months.