February 01, 2013

First sneak peek at Emma Watson's wax self

One of Britain’s brightest young stars is to be honoured with a wax figure at Madame Tussauds London in March, when Emma Watson joins the A-list line up dressed exclusively for the attraction by Elie Saab.

The accomplished 22 year old actress and fashion muse will be portrayed in a relaxed seated position, enabling fans to sit right alongside her on a luxurious chaise longue. She will wear a stunning ELIE SAAB Haute Couture design donated to Madame Tussauds London by the designer. Watson wowed the crowds when she sported the midnight blue backless full-skirted cocktail dress, embroidered with beads and crystals at a red carpet event in Hong Kong in December 2011. Her hair will be swept back in a casually elegant up ‘do’ and she will compliment the dress with patent navy heals.

Emma is the perfect addition to the A-list line up here at Madame Tussauds London and is one of the most requested personalities by our guests,” commented PR Manager Nicole Fenner. “She’s a true English rose known and loved by millions of film and fashion fans around the world. We are also very lucky to be working with Elie Saab who is donating the stunning gown Emma will wear. She will feel right at home among a host of other glamorous personalities and we know she will be a huge hit with all our guests!

Emma will be joining a long line up of A-list female stars from Kate Winslet and Helen Mirren to Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lopez.

Be the first to meet the new Emma Watson figure and get the best savings on tickets by booking online!
Source text: MadameTussauds
Source photo: Twitter


chris said...

At least it looks like her, some of them aren't even close to who they represent.

coslopus said...

Like I said in the last post about this, so far so good. They're doing a really good job realistically capturing her facial features.

Though, things could change when they give her some color. They could end up making her look like an over-colored clown. I wonder what they're going to do with her make up. Does Emma have any input in how her wax figure looks? I just hope they don't give her bright red lipstick. She looks best (IMO) in a softer shade of red.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or does the sculptor look a lot like Robert Pattinson? didn't know Cedric Diggory ended up as a sculptor ;)Anyway, I don't think Emma is giving much input about his because I think that she would have chosen a different dress. Remember her vinatage Ossie Clark dress that she wore at the HBP premiere? I think she would have chosen that one instead. The designer is mentioned in her favorite book, Just Kids.

Anonymous said...

I saw a Behind The Scenes video of when they did Lady Gaga, that clay head of Emma's takes an average of 5 weeks to do, and that's only the first step.