Wax museum Madame Tussauds reopens in august after the pandemic.
The wax statues of the most famous personalities in the Madame Tussauds museum formed a social distance.
The Madame Tussauds Wax Museum is one of London’s best known and most visited tourist attractions. Madame Tussauds closed its doors on March 20 and allowed visitors to visit again in early August.
“Strict social distance measures will be taken to ensure the safety of visitors and employees”, said Madame Tussauds London manager Tim Waters.
Who was Marie Tussaud
Marie Tussaud (1761-1850), was born in Strasbourg, France, worked as an assistant to Doctor Philippe Curtius. Curtius, a doctor with a talent for modeling wax, taught this art to Tussaud. She started her career modeling in wax, masks of victims of the French Revolution. In 1835, he moved to England, exhibited his work on Baker Street near the address of the current museum. His conventional techniques are still used to create royalty figures, politicians, actors and pop stars and sports heroes.
Celebrities honored at the museum
The art of wax sculpture has been refined over the centuries. There are reports of wax sculptures of notable figures of royalty and the arts. And the work done by Madame Tussauds is without a doubt the best of all time. Some are so perfect that they seem to be alive.
But even Madame Tussauds, with all the technology and knowledge in this art, made some wax figures of celebrities so strange, unrecognizable and scary that we ended up shocking ourselves.
We have prepared a relationship with some of the worst celebrity wax figures on display in Madame Tussauds museums around the world. Each one more bizarre and strange than the previous one.
Naomi Campbell is one of the most beautiful top models in the world. But her statue at Madame Tussauds Bangkok completely wipes out the beauty of the model. His face is completely disproportionate and his eyes are brown and not bright blue.
Ayrton Senna ( 1960-1994 ) was a Brazilian racing driver who won the Formula One World Drivers’ Championship in 1988, 1990 and 1991.
This great champion did not deserve to be portrayed in this way by Madame Tussauds. It was just ridiculous. If it weren’t for the McLaren team’s overalls you would never know who it is.
Beyoncé is one of the most famous women and why not say beautiful in the world. But this wax statue cannot be a tribute, it is more humiliating. Wax museum Madame Tussauds reopens, see this and the other statues.
Michael Jackson is another who did not deserve this. The King of Pop had many plastic surgeries, but none of them remained as in this wax statue. You look like a female mannequin.
This wax figure can only be used to scare people. I hope Nicole Kidman has never seen this bizarre representation of her image.
Hillary Clinton was a senator and candidate for President of the United States. There must be millions of pictures of her, but apparently they were not enough to create a statue with her image. This bizarre figure can scare anyone.
Even if you are an admirer of porn films, it will be difficult to identify Jenna Jameson in this statue. The beautiful adult film actress looked like an inflatable doll. Another mistake by Madame Tussauds.
Perhaps not even the most bizarre impersonator of Elvis Presley is as different as this wax statue. I don’t think King Elvis deserved that humiliation.
You may believe, but this statue was meant to be Brad Pitt. No comments. Sad.
The idea was to make a wax statue of Taylor Swift. But it seems that they created the image of some distant cousin.
Madame Tussauds Wax museum reopens. If you want to see these wax figures and many others visit the museum’s official website and buy your ticket.