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28th Jul 2021

Madame Tussauds unveils eerily accurate waxworks of Little Mix

Sarah McKenna Barry

This is spooky.

Madame Tussauds has unveiled a waxwork of the girl group Little Mix, and it’s actually uncanny.

Former member Jesy is, of course, included in the extremely lifelike creation, and fans can’t believe how real it looks.

The wax figures of Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson have been in the works for the past year. The band members attended multiple sittings, and precise measurements were taken to ensure that the finished product would look just right.

The London wax museum shared the photo on their Instagram page.

They wrote: “It’s all in the detail.

“We worked closely with Little Mix themselves to ensure every single element of the figures was perfectly recreated.”

In the comments section, fans couldn’t get over the photo.

“It looks so real!” one wrote.

Another said: “It’s crazy how realistic they look.”

A third fan wrote: “obsessed is an understatement.”

Leigh-Anne posted a picture of the sculpture on her story with the caption, “Well, it’s about time.”

To say it’s been a busy few months for Little Mix would be an understatement. Just months after Jesy left, the group made history by becoming the first all-female group to win the Brit Award for Best Group.

Accepting their award, the girls gave a special shoutout to Jesy, and thanked all the girl groups that came before them.

On top of that historic win, two-thirds of the group are pregnant. Perrie and Leigh-Anne made their pregnancy announcements shortly after one another two months ago.

Earlier this week, Leigh-Anne shared some snaps of her growing pregnancy bump while on a spa holiday.

Perrie, meanwhile, shared a photo of her bump with fans on Instagram last June.