Emma Watson’s Waxwork Model Unveiled at London’s Madame Tussauds

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Mar 26, 2013

Posted by John Admin

Today, a wax model of Emma Watson was unveiled at London’s Madame Tussauds:

The 22-year-old Hermoine actress will be seated on a chaise lounge in the iconic tourist attraction, to allow fans to sit next to her.

Madame Tussaud’s Nicole Fenner said: “Emma is the perfect addition and we’re very lucky to add her to out A-List line-up.

“She’s a true English rose known and loved by millions of film and fashion fans around the world.”

You can see what Watson’s waxwork figure looks like and read more about it here.





9 Responses to Emma Watson’s Waxwork Model Unveiled at London’s Madame Tussauds

Avatar ImageLunaLuver says: I hope Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas gets an Emma Watson soon!!!! Its amazing how much the wax figures look like the real thing.Avatar ImageGraymayne says: The waxwork is a very good likeness.Avatar ImageWON_TWO says: It does look like Emma... However, I think it has aged her to about 30 or so. Avatar ImageValeria-Johanna says: It's a shame that whoever posted the article can't spell 'Hermione' or 'chaise longue'. It looks no worse than the average Madame Tussaud's model, I'd say - i.e. recognisable once you've read the label!Avatar Imagemoglet says: It looks more accurate than some of the waxwork figures I've seen pictured previously, but the skin colour seems rather yellowish, you'd think they could do better than that.Avatar Imagehorcruxhunter7 says: Such a realistic model!Avatar Imagedevilskinn says: She looks a little bit older than her true self, but I think they've captured her pose and way of dressing. She looks good! :)Avatar Imagedevilskinn says: @V-J I like your comment: publicly viewable spelling mistakes always make me mad!Avatar Imagemolly43 says: It looks very realistic to me. I like it.

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