Adele, Madame Tussauds Wax Figure

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Adele, we think we've found someone like you.

A wax figure in the Oscar-winning singer's likeness was unveiled Wednesday at Madame Tussauds in London and Amsterdam and the resemblance is uncanny: the Adele sculpture wears a recreation of the black lace Clements Ribeiro frock that she wore to the 2012 Grammy Awards. The wax figure's hairdo matches a distinctive Adele style as well—a high bouffant look that has become synonymous with the vocally powerful singer.

The sculpture was announced in early May, when a photo of the in-progress wax head made the internet rounds. Just two months earlier, fellow Brit Emma Watson's wax figure was revealed at Madame Tussauds London (in a similarly chic LBD look). One Direction was also recently added to the museum's music line as well.

We think wax Adele looks awesome, and the real Adele agrees—the star is delighted with outcome: "It's amazing—I feel a bit emotional. They've even got my chin right," she said.

Adele's wax twin isn't the only recent reveal associated with the singer. Pictures of her infant son Angelo (her child with boyfriend Simon Konecki) have finally come into sight, the first of which debuted on E! News. The 8-month-old cutie is seen being carried by a dressed-down Adele, clearly in mommy-mode as she totes him around the Central Park Zoo.

The new mama also has some new ink: the singer recently visited Bang Bang Tattoos in New York City to get the word "Paradise" inscribed on the side of her hand. We wonder if the alteration will be made to her new wax figures across the pond.


What do you think of Adele's waxy double? Sound off in the comments!

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