The New Justin Bieber Wax Figure At Madame Tussauds Is Wet And Sad

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Is it too late now to say sorry?

Justin Bieber’s newly unveiled wax figure inside London’s Madame Tussauds museum attempts to recreate a performance by the Biebs where he’s singing and dancing to his Skrillex and Bloodpop-produced song “Sorry,” and while it does bizarrely resemble the pop star, there’s something about his facial expression that screams a sadness. And to make matters better worse, he’s topless and forced to take selfies with overzealous Beliebers. (Justin Bieber Cancels Tour Meet & Greets, Says They’re ‘Mentally And Emotionally’ Exhausting).

From Madame Tussauds:

“The limited run experience will literally make it rain, with soaked dancers joining Bieber’s likeness as his anthem, ‘Sorry’, belts out in an energy packed performance worthy of one of the world’s most celebrated entertainers. The 22 year old singing sensation’s figure is topless, showing a toned torso off to perfection, with Bieber’s trademark tattoos also carefully recreated and wearing dropcrotch shorts and tartan long johns, accompanied by a white bandana.”

This is perhaps why Justin Bieber was seen running around Amsterdam in a “disguise.”

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