To celebrate 10 years of Little Mix, it has been announced the lovely ladies will be going on display at Madame Tussauds, well their wax counterparts will.

The Baker Street attraction has announced that Little Mix is to get their long-awaited figures at Madame Tussauds London.

Little Mix, who first rose to stardom on The X Factor in 2011 and have since gone on to become global music icons and champions of female empowerment, has been working on their figures with Madame Tussauds London’s artists since early 2020. From attending sittings, where hundreds of precise measurements were taken, through to advising on precise styling details for the final chosen look, the Brit Award winners have been involved in each step of the creation of their upcoming figures. 

The ladies continue to work closely with the world-famous attraction as it puts the final touches on their figures and ensures that the confetti will be ready to fall when they are unveiled this summer.

Madame Tussauds London remains tight-lipped on details surrounding the band’s figures, but fans can expect to see one of their most popular videos from the past ten years immortalized at the attraction, featuring all four members of the band in outfits from that moment in time.

On getting their first-ever Madame Tussauds London figures, Jade Thirlwall said, “It’s finally happened, Little Mix is at Madame Tussauds London. We’re absolutely buzzing and it’s the best 10-year anniversary present that we could share with our fans.”

Perrie Edwards added, “The Madame Tussauds London artists are ridiculously talented. Their work is so intricate. They took pictures and notes of every little detail of us – even down to the shape of my nails!”

Leigh-Anne Pinnock summed up the ladies elation at getting their own Madame Tussauds London figures by saying, “We can’t wait for our fans to see the figures! We hope they love them as much as we do!”

Little Mix’s waxworks will be revealed later this summer.

Are you excited? Let us know @tbhonest_uk!

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