Seven new waxwork figures of Harry Styles have been unveiled at Madame Tussauds attractions across the world.
The new waxworks – which can be found in London, New York, Hollywood, Amsterdam, Berlin, Singapore and Sydney – mark the second time the singer has been featured at the attraction, a decade after a younger version of Styles was modelled with his former One Direction bandmates.
From July 27, fans of the singer will be able to visit a new figure in London of the ‘As It Was’ singer, which has been styled with his green Gucci blazer look worn at the My Policeman premiere last year.
The other figures placed around the globe have been been styled with memorable looks from across the star’s music and acting career, and were created after “thousands of fan requests”.
Celebrated fashion statements from the ‘Watermelon Sugar’ singer include a pink leather waistcoat and pink fur coat in Berlin and Styles’ rainbow sequinned jumpsuit in New York, both made famous from his 2022 Coachella headline performance.
Amsterdam, Hollywood, Singapore and Sydney, meanwhile, will celebrate various looks from the singer’s recent Love On Tour.
Angela Jobson, global brand director at Madame Tussauds, said: “Harry is one of the biggest stars in the world right now, from filling stadiums worldwide with his sell out tours to being a fashion influencer, there is no denying he has left a timeless mark on popular culture.
“When the opportunity came up there was no hesitation, we jumped at the chance to add the Grammy award-winning superstar to our collection, and we cannot wait for fans to see him at any one of the seven venues worldwide.”
Tim Waters, general manager at Madame Tussauds London, added: “This global, seven figure launch is testament to Harry’s incredible star power and we love that we can welcome Harry home to Madame Tussauds London. We know this will be a dream come true for all his fans as thousands have requested his figure over the last couple of years.
“Harry’s new figure launch comes after his most successful year yet, the My Policeman and Don’t Worry Darling star completed a total of 109 shows in over twenty different countries in 2022 and is currently continuing this momentum with his European tour. He’s got a well-deserved break coming up, but fans can still hang out with Harry’s figure at Madame Tussauds London.”