Alicia Keys has fun posing with her leather-sporting doppelganger recently. The "No One" hitmaker helped to unveil her wax figure at the Madame Tussauds museum in Times Square, New York on Tuesday, June 28, and made time to give her likeness a smooch for the camera.
Happy with how the figure turns out to be, the 30-year-old singer raved to MTV News, "I actually think it's really, really good!" She went on to point out the similarity as saying, "I was looking close up: It's like my eyebrows are for real, and it's like my eyes are for real, and the bone structure of my chin, like, 'Look, that's my chin! That's my jaw!' "
The Jay-Z collaborator on hit single "Empire State of Mind" continued on gushing, "It's incredible. It's really incredible, and I think it's so cool to be a part of the New York City part of the exhibit." She added the reason why, "I was born and raised here, this is my home, so it's so perfect."
Alicia's wax figure was debuted on the eve of a celebratory concert commemorating the 10th anniversary of her debut album, "Songs in A Minor", which takes place at the Beacon Theatre on Thursday, June 30. It will take a stand alongside those of Regis Philbin, Woody Allen and Frank Sinatra.