Washington, January 19: New waxwork of US President-elect Donald Trump have been unveiled at Madame Tussauds locations around the globe and Trump Replaces Obama at Madame Tussaud.
Trump already had a waxworks, which was completed in 1997. The current version is an update to the original, Fox News Insider reported.
According to Madame Tussauds Washington, the finished figure took 20 artists six months to create, the hairstyle alone took five weeks, with each hair — made from yak hair — being individually inserted.
Locations in Washington, New York City, London and Orlando, Florida, received the new wax statues on Wednesday dressed in a navy suit, red tie and American flag lapel pin.
“Since Mr. Trump was announced as the victorious candidate in what was a nail-biting and hard-fought campaign for both parties, our studio team have been frantically busy matching his infamous glowing tan and trademark hairstyle in time for the start of his presidential reign,” said museum manager Edward Fuller.
The exhibits are set to open to the public on Friday, the day of Trump’s inauguration as the 45th President of the US.
His arrival at Madame Tussauds’s version of the Oval Office replaces Former US President, Barak Obama’s Display from the museum. Along with the Trump, Museum introduced wax figures of other politicians including Russian leader Vladimir Putin and British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson.
The Trump model will remain in the museum until the end of the real-life American’s presidency.
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