waxwork


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waxwork

1. an object reproduced in wax, esp as an ornament
2. a life-size lifelike figure, esp of a famous person, reproduced in wax
3. a museum or exhibition of wax figures or objects
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The museum, which has branches around the world, allows visitors to touch the waxwork replicas of celebrities, occasionally leading to excessive familiarity.
Madame Tussauds London has revealed wax figures of all the actors who have played James Bond, with five completely new waxworks joining the incumbent 007 Daniel Craig.
com believes that this is the "worst ever" waxwork of any celebrity in the world.
EITHER celebrities are growing to look more like waxwork dummies - or these figures are the most life-like ever.
A NEW waxwork figure of the Queen has been created by Madame Tussauds to mark the monarch's Diamond Jubilee.
Every day before visitors arrive at the world-famous museum in London, Clare and her team prepare the waxwork stars to keep them life-like.
TOON legend Alan Shearer came face-to-face with himself at the unveiling of his new Madame Tussauds waxwork.
JUSTIN BIEBER has become the latest A-lister to unveil his waxwork double at Madame Tussauds, joking to his fans "I'm at least six feet taller".
The museum was also waiting to hear if Middleton would donate an outfit for the waxwork.
They were proposing to put on display a waxwork of Hitler.
A HITLER waxwork was beheaded yesterday - by the second visitor to a new Madame Tussauds in Berlin.
Gordon Brown faces a fresh test of public opinion - over whether a waxwork of him should join other world leaders at London's Madame Tussauds.