'Wrecking Ball' wax figure of Miley Cyrus unveiled at Las Vegas
Miley Cyrus has her wax figure inspired by her 2013 iconic music video Wrecking Ball.
Los Angeles: Miley Cyrus has her wax figure inspired by her 2013 iconic music video Wrecking Ball.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas unveiled Cyrus' wax figure along with a wrecking ball in front of The Venetian Hotel on 9 March, reported Ace Showbiz. Cyrus' model wears a crop white tank top and combat boots.
The former 'Hannah Montana' star's wax figure sits atop the wrecking ball and holds the chain of the ball. According to the press release, the figure and the ball weigh more than 200 pounds.
Along with a 30-foot long chain, the figure and the ball will stand higher than 10 feet. The creation was made by 20 artists and took more than six months to create. Madame Tussauds Las Vegas posted on Twitter two photos of Cyrus' new wax figure. They captioned one of the photos, "She came in like a #WreckingBall! Introducing the newest figure at #TussaudsVegas: @MileyCyrus!"
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