Whitney Houston, Wax Figure

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The late Whitney Houston will live on forever.  

Madame Tussauds has created four wax figures in honor of the superstar, which immortalize iconic moments from the singer's 30-year career.

The wax statues were officially unveiled in New York today and will be placed in different locations across the country. 

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The first wax figure features Whitney at the 1991 Super Bowl where she sang the national anthem, and will be sent to Washington, D.C. A recreation of a 2009 photo shoot from her final studio album will be on display in New York.

Another figure remembers Whitney in The Bodyguard and will be put on display in Hollywood., while the fourth statue highlights her iconic look from her '80s hit "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" and is heading to Las Vegas.

 Whitney passed away nearly a year ago, just before the 2012 Grammys. 

And now the world has four more ways to always love the star.

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