Lady Gaga gets waxed at Madame Tussauds in London. - Ian Gavan/Getty ImagesWhen it comes to making a statement, Lady Gaga is up there with the most memorable you might ever come across. Her costumes are works of art in themselves, so it made sense that when Madame Tussauds proposed to immortalize the "Paparazzi" singer in wax, they create not one, but eight statues in her image that would be unveiled across the globe on Thursday December 9, 2010 -- each featuring a different outfit from Gaga's vast archive of eccentric looks.
The London figure shows the "Telephone" singer in her Philip Treacy-designed telephone hat, which she first debuted on "Friday Night With Jonathan Ross" in March 2010. The duplicate hat for her British doppelganger was recreated by the famous milliner, so we're assuming the original is still in her walk-in wardrobe somewhere. A midnight blue Giorgio Armani Prive suit completed her London look.
"The demand to include Lady Gaga has been overwhelming and we are more than happy to oblige," said Madame Tussauds London's General Manager,Read More »from Lady Gaga Gets Waxed!