Lady GaGa is set to make waxwork history next month when bosses at Madame Tussauds simultaneously unveil eight figures of the singer across the world. The "Poker Face" star is set to be immortalized with a series of wax models as part of a multi-million dollar project which will debut internationally on December 9.
The Gaga figures will show off eight of her most famous looks, including the Phillip Tracey telephone hat she wore in London earlier this year and the white dress and lace face mask she sported at the 2010 Brit Awards. A statement from Madame Tussauds bosses reads, "As one of the biggest and most unique talents in the world, she is the perfect subject for the biggest figure launch in Madame Tussauds' history. All of the styles being worked on are classic Gaga."
The figure launch will be the biggest in the history of the museum chain, with the likenesses set to be installed at branches of Madame Tussauds in London, New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, as well as Amsterdam in Holland, Berlin in Germany, China's Shanghai, and Hong Kong.