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justin bieber vienna flash mob june 2013

A brand new was figure of Justin Bieber was unveiled yesterday in Vienna, Austria.

There has been many wax figures of Justin in the past but it was announced in May that the Madame Tussaud Wax Museum in Vienna would make an up-to-date wax figure of Justin. At the time the museum wanted to organize a flash mob to dance outside the museum on the day the wax figure was unveiled to celebrate the occasion. To prepare for it the museum posted an instructional video on how to dance to Justin’s “All Around The World” for people who wanted to participate. And here’s how it turned out…

Most of the previous wax figures they’ve made of JB kinda don’t look like him but I think they did a really good job on this one.

justin-bieber-wax-figure-vienna-june20Justin Bieber wax figure unveiled in Vienna, Austria June 20, 2013


Another day another Justin Bieber wax figure.

A fifth JB wax figure was unveiled on March 19th at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany. I guess they are going for the Michael Jackson look this time with the jacket. This is actually one of the best so far but like the rest it still looks kinda off. Like he’s old and tired.

And standing beside him is Selena Gomez at 32.

justin bieber wax figure madame tussauds

Yet another wax figure of JB was unveiled today, just in time for his birthday. This time it’s at the Madame Tussauds in Hollywood. This is the one where Justin went to with Ryan Butler and they gave them a tour of the place. The one I said actually looks like JB unlike the rest.

Alisha Purdom kissing wax figure of Justin Bieber at Madame Tussauds

The picture above is of 14-year-old Alisha Purdom, of Seattle, Washington who won the Madame Tussauds contest to find Justin’s biggest fan. Kinda sucks that she didn’t get to actually meet the real Justin seeing that he’s also in Los Angeles too. But then again it is his birthday and he’s got a really busy schedule today so it’s understandable.


Justin Bieber got an unexpected surprise at the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood on Tuesday, Feb 7.

Like any other tourist , he bought 3 tickets for himself and two friends. He bought some popcorn and soda for the group, then checked out all the celebrity wax figures inside the museum. But unlike regular tourists, Justin and his buddies got the rock star treatment. When people at the wax museum found out that “Justin Bieber” was in the house, they gave Justin and his friends a personal behind-the-scenes tour of the studio where the artists sculpt the celebrity wax figures.

But that wasn’t all. The wax museum also gave JB a sneak peak at his new clay head molding, a part of his new wax figure being made especially for his 18th birthday. He chatted with the studio manager and got an early look at the first photos of the clay head mold for his figure.

justin bieber wax figure 2012

New Justin Bieber wax figure @ Madame Tussauds

A source tells us Bieber was more than happy with the progress. His assessment? “Very cool,” he said, according to the source.

I would be happy too if I was him. Many wax figures have been made of JB but this one actually looks like him!


The wax figure of Justin Bieber was unveiled at Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas at The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino on January 25, 2012. Too bad it doesn’t look like JB. And what’s up with the eyelashes?


justin bieber 2012 wax figure Justin Bieber, or a wax copy of the pop star, will be coming to Las Vegas for an extended period of time starting next week.

The wax figure of Bieber will join a collection of other celebrities, athletes and cultural icons at Madame Tussauds at the Venetian.

The statue, featuring Justin wearing a black vest with his hands tucked into the pockets of his Balenciaga pants, will be unveiled at a special event next Wednesday. Children from the Boys and Girls Clubs also will be at the event to see the unveiling of a Bieber-inspired T-shirt they helped design.

According to a statement from Madame Tussauds, Bieber played a role in the design of his figure, spending time with a team of studio artists over the course of four months.

The figure will be on display from Jan. 25 to March 4.

Adult tickets to the wax museum start at $20, with tickets for children ages 7 to 12 starting at $12.