Daily Mail


Selena Gomez, 22, turns 32 in her latest reincarnation as a Madame Tussauds waxwork. The American singer’s life size figure, which was unveiled on Thursday in Berlin, looks decidedly aged, with a powdery, washed-out complexion.

It took a team of 20 artists four months to create the dummy, showing the songstress dressed in a pair of leather hot pants and sheer blouse - an outfit she wore at a gig in London last September.  The waxwork was previously showed off at Madame Tussauds’ New York location in August before the big reveal today in Germany (either it is a replica of the replica, or the dummy was shipped overseas).  The waxwork of Selena at Madame Tussauds Hollywood - revealed last December - is perhaps the best likeness. There is also a Selena figure at the Washington DC location - unveiled in 2010 - and the following year the New York branch revealed dummies of Selena and Justin Bieber, her on-off boyfriend. On Sunday Selena performed her new single The Heart Wants What It Wants at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. She performed the track, which is about her rollercoaster relationship with Justin, while wearing a nude Giorgio Armani gown.