Friday 8 February 2013

Madame Tussaud's unveils Whitney Houston waxworks in honour of the late star

According to dailymail,"Whitney Houston has been immortalised after Madame Tussauds officials unveiled images of four new waxworks of the tragic singer.
The tribute to the star, who died a year ago on the eve of the Grammy Awards last year, is the first time in 200 years that museum bosses have created so many different figures of the same person at the same time, reported People magazine.
The waxworks were created in London, but they will be displayed at museums in separate cities, according to insiders, and they were unveiled in New York on Thursday".

Honour: The four statues represent pivotal moments in Whitney's life; singing the national anthem, a 2009 shoot for her last album, The Bodyguard and the video for I Wanna Dance with Somebody

The different faces of Whitney: Despite the tragedy of her untimely death and her drug addiction, Houston had many high points

Her proudest moment: In 1991, Whitney delivered what's widely considered to have been the best rendition of the National Anthem at the Super Bowl in Washington D.C

Keep Resting in peace Whitney Absolute legend!

Credits: Dailymail*

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