Justin Bieber's new shirtless wax figure has been made at Madame Tussauds London. The wax museum unveiled the statue of the 22-year-old singer ahead of his 'Purpose World Tour' in London, sources told.
The shirtless statue is inspired by the rain shower finale of Bieber's concert. "The singing sensation's figure is topless, showing a toned torso, with Bieber's trademark tattoos also carefully recreated and wearing drop-crotch shorts and tartanlong-johns, accompanied by a white bandana," Madame Tussauds said.
The museum's official page on Instagram also shared the news with Bieber's fans.
"As global superstar, Justin Bieber, prepares to take the 02 by storm with his Purpose World Tour, you will be able to get an extra fix of the magnetic musician in a special new experience here at Madame Tussauds London featuring a stunning, 'wet look' wax figure."
"Inspired by the jaw dropping climax of the tour, the experience stars Bieber in front of a spectacular wall of rain in the heart of our Party area. #justinbieber #madametussauds #purposetour #bieber #london," the note read.
The singer already has his wax figures at Madame Tussauds wax museums in New York, Amsterdam and London, which were unveiled in 2011.