Justin Bieber's wax figure unveiled in London, Amsterdam, New York [poll]
Once you're ubiquitous, is it possible to get more ubiquitous? In any case, Justin Bieber is more ever-present than ever now that his likeness has a home at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London, and the locations in Amsterdam and New York.
"TWINS! lol," the pop star tweeted with a picture of himself and the wax model in central London on Tuesday. Joined by his mother Pattie Lynn Mallette, he added "knew @studiomama had more kids! me and my mom and lil bro http://plixi.com/p/84221484."
Fans -- and the Biebs himself -- hugged and snapped photos with the replica, which was revealed to a small crowd in the museum and to thousands of fans during a live Web stream. Faux Bieber debuted a few days after crowds of girls caused a Beatles-worthy ruckus in Liverpool, the Fab Four's hometown, and had to be broken up by police at the Hard Days Night hotel where the Grammy-nominated singer was staying.
The to-scale model, though a touch shorter than the 17-year-old, bears his wispy signature bangs pre-big-bucks-producing haircut.
"It's pretty incredible to see. I'm taller but this was a point in time," he said. "It looks awesome, thanks very much."
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Top photo: Canadian singer Justin Bieber poses with a waxwork model of himself during an official unveiling at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in central London March 15, 2011. Credit: Toby Melville / Reuters
Right photo: Fans kiss the Bieber wax figure at Madame Tussauds in New York City on March 15, 2011. Credit: Andy Kropa / Getty Images
Left photo: Bieber hugs his new waxwork figure in London. Credit: Joel Ryan / Associated Press