The latest addition to the Madame Tussauds Museum in London are hyper-realistic wax sculptures that look exactly like the members of Little Mix!
The British girl group, which comprises Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall, had their wax figures modeled after their looks from their “Bounce Back” music video. Former member Jesy Nelson, who left the group in December 2020, also had her wax figure included in the showcase.
“It’s all in the detail,” Madame Tussauds posted on Instagram. “We worked closely with Little Mix themselves to ensure every single element of the figures was perfectly recreated.”
Perrie shared some behind-the-scenes photos from when she had her measurements taken for her wax figure in early 2020.
“The Madame Tussaud’s process! This felt so surreal, as you can see I couldn’t stop smiling,” she said. “The team [members] were amazing, and their attention to detail blew my mind!”
The new wax figures were unveiled on July 28, 2021, just a few weeks ahead of the Little Mix’s 10th anniversary on August 19, 2021. Formerly named “Rhythmix,” the group was formed in 2011 during the eighth season of the X Factor UK. Little Mix made it to the finals, making history as the first-ever group to win the competition.