Fans are divided after seeing Madame Tussaud’s newest wax figures of Harry Styles
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There are now seven more Harry Styles on the planet.
Madame Tussaud's has unveiled new waxworks of the pop star following 'thousands of fan requests'.
The lifelike models will be displayed in cities across the world and will look back to his most memorable outfits from the stage and red carpet.
The legendary company unveiled the first of the wax figures at Coogee Beach's Rainbow Walkway in Sydney.
This Harry wears a red and pink outfit with a pink feather boa, inspired by the outfits he wore on tour. It even features Harry's signature bird tattoos on its chest. The figure is posed as though he is performing on stage and waving into the crowd.
Many Harry Styles fans stopped by the figure to take selfies and post them to social media.
The version that will go on display at the London venue will feature a green double-breasted suit jacket and lime green trousers, inspired by the outfit he wore at the My Policeman premiere.
Another figure will feature the rainbow sequinned jumpsuit he wore to Coachella.
"Harry is one of the biggest stars in the world right now. From filling stadiums worldwide with his sellout tours to being a fashion influencer, there is no denying he has left a timeless mark on popular culture," said Angela Jobson, global brand director at Madame Tussauds.
"When the opportunity came up there was no hesitation, we jumped at the chance to add the Grammy award-winning superstar to our collection."
However, the response to the wax versions of the 29-year-old singer have been... mixed.
Some people loved the likeness to the 'Watermelon Sugar' singer and are already planning to check them out for themselves.
The sculpture is remarkable but the fashion sense on the other hand….— Mani Artist (@Mani_Haider_W) July 17, 2023
It’s looks like him and then it doesn’t at the same time..— Cᴀʀᴛɪᴇʀ. (@CartiersSaint) July 17, 2023
The pose? Like the face is alright, but that is not his body or stature, I’m crying 😭— steven ❀ // doja’s favorite :) (@arianaunext) July 17, 2023
"AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I can’t wait to go and see them I am so so excited I am a Harry styles fan," one person wrote.
"So basically there’s now eight of my husband?" said a massive fan.
While others thought the wax figures missed the mark.
One critic wrote: "LOOOL both Harry figures with his mouth open, I’m dead, that looks nothing like him."
Another added: "Y'all made him look weird."
A third said: "You did him dirty in the faces and also his tattoos."
While others had some... artistic suggestions.
"Were the pearls necessary? No one of those outfits goes with pearls and it’s just a cliché at this point. The pearls are a big NO," one person commented.
"Realistically why did you take his t*ts away?" one person asked.
"I’m not an expert, but shouldn’t he have gotten bigger hitties?" suggested someone else.
The Australian version of Styles moves to the musical artist section of Sydney’s Madame Tussauds museum in Darling Harbour on Wednesday, July 19.