Madame Tussauds recently unveiled new wax figures of Megan Thee Stallion at locations in Las Vegas and New York.
According to reports, a team of 20 artists created the wax figures, taking about six months to complete them.
Megan’s wax figure in Vegas went on public display Saturday (May 20). It features the newsprint catsuit and matching cowboy hat inspired by the photoshoot from her 2020 album, Good News.
Her figure in New York, which is to be unveiled June 1, will sport a donated diamante bikini and matching cowboy hat, gauntlets and choker.
“I honestly wanted to kiss myself,” Meg wrote on Instagram, sharing a snapshot of herself posing with the wax figures and a 10-foot stallion statue. “Hotties we are officially legendary go see me at @madametussaudsusa.”
“First slide I dead ass couldn’t tell which was a doll,” SZA wrote in the comments.
Megan said in a statement that she felt like she finally “made it” in the mainstream now that she’s been forever immortalized in wax.
“I feel like people always ask me when was the moment you knew you were famous? This is the moment! There are two versions of me in the most famous wax museum on the planet. Like, who am I? Them!” she said.
Matthew Clarkson, head of marketing at Madame Tussaud’s, said, “We couldn’t have hoped for more ‘Good News’ than the addition of not one but two Megan Thee Stallion wax figures into our Las Vegas and New York attractions. Everybody here at Madame Tussauds loves her music, confidence, style and star power which serves as an inspiration to so many.”
(Photo: Key Lime Photography)
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