Madame Tussauds Waxwork of Harry Styles Wowed Excited Fans at Coogee Beach

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Fans of the former One Direction heartthrob Harry Stylewere in for a treat at Coogee Beach when the new Madame Tussauds waxwork of their favourite star was unveiled. 

The selfie game was strong, as beachgoers lined up to have their picture taken with ‘Harry’ as the wax museum showcased its latest masterpiece at the beach. The waxwork of the pop star immediately attracted a large crowd.

The statue portrayed Harry in a flamboyant pink outfit, similar to the attire he recently wore during his electrifying stage performances on tour, complete with his signature pink feather boa.

The attention to detail in the waxwork was remarkable; it even featured Harry’s iconic bird tattoos on his chest, mirroring the singer’s unique body art. Additionally, the figure sported painted red nails, and appeared to be capturing the essence of one of his exhilarating stage performances, waving to adoring fans.

What made this new installation all the more thrilling for fans was the announcement that Madame Tussauds would be releasing a total of seven new waxworks of Harry Styles worldwide. Each figure would capture different looks the popstar has rocked over the years, showcasing iconic concert costumes, flamboyant tour outfits, and red-carpet showstoppers.

Among the jaw-dropping looks to be featured was the green Gucci suit Harry wore at the My Policeman premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival, set to be displayed at the London’s Baker Street Museum. Another striking outfit included the glitzy rainbow sequin jumpsuit custom-made for him by designer Arturo Obegero, which Harry wore during his unforgettable Coachella festival appearance, estimated to cost around £3,000.

With his penchant for bold and outlandish fashion, one of Harry’s most memorable looks, the pink ensemble he wore head-to-toe at Coachella, will also be immortalized in wax.

The multi-launch of the wax figures stands as a testament to Harry Styles’ immense star power, rivaling that of the legendary Lady Gaga, whose waxwork was unveiled by Madame Tussauds twelve years ago.

While this isn’t Harry’s first appearance at the iconic wax museum, as he was previously featured as part of the One Direction band lineup, the retirement of that sculpture now allows Harry to shine as a solo artist in the waxwork collection.

Published 20-July-2023