Realistic Wax Figures Made of Boy Band One Direction
How do you preserve a boyband in their prime, preserving their youth, their peak, their eternal memory? You get Madame Tussauds to make them into wax figures.
After the recent scare of Zayn Malik leaving the boyband One Direction, fans might have realised that they may not be around as they are forever.
Even though Zayn and his scorned ladylove Perrie Edwards seemed to be as snuggly as ever after an Australian waitress/stripper claimed she had had SEX with Zayn while his Little Mix lady was on tour, the heartthrob were reportedly having a really hard time with his excessive fame, and some were starting to worry he might quit the band!
An OFFICIAL rep for the band has responded to the rumor that Zayn might quit. The rep stated: "It's completely untrue, Zayn isn't leaving the band."
(In case you don't know who Zayn Malik is, he's the best of the two goodlooking ones, without whom the band is nothing. No offence to the filler guys.)
Fortunately Zayn stayed with the band, but now there's going to be a version of them that remains as they are forever:
Madame Tussauds, the famous wax museum in London is making super realistic, life-size wax figures of them, to be admired by fans for all eternity. Or for a year or two until the world forgets who One Direction was - hey, boybands come and go so quickly it's hard to keep up.
From March 11, the museum's websitehas been revealing one One Direction statue per day.
The waxed boys will be available to view at Madame Tussauds in London from 18 April until 11 July 2013.
After this, they will go on tourand be seen in Madame Tussauds in New York from 19 July until 11 October, and Sydney, Australia between 24 October to 28 January 2014.
More locations and dates will follow.
Fans will be able to get up, close and personal with the wax version of One Direction.
Madame Tussauds has finally unveiled One Direction's wax figures. After teasing the then incomplete statues through photos, the museum opened the new exhibition on Thursday, April 18 in London, U.K.
Fans were predictably swarming the new attraction at the museum as they're eager to pose with their idols' wax twins. Young girls were seen kissing and caressing the cheeks of the statues.