Madame Tussauds unveils Britney's 'comeback' waxwork
Britney Spears has been immortalised in a new waxwork at Madame Tussauds in London, which shows the singer clutching an award to represent her successful comeback.
The UK museum has created the waxwork because the old one was made eight years ago.
Since 2001, the 'Sometimes' hitmaker has snogged Madonna, married twice, become a mother, shaved her head, lost custody of her children and been hospitalised for psychiatric evaluation.
The statue, which was unveiled in London, shows the 27-year-old singer in a sparkly silver dress with plunging neckline, holding one of the three MTV Video Music Awards she won in September last year, reports Sky News.
Liz Edwards from the waxwork museum said they needed to recreate her 'one more time' because 'her original figure captured a provocative pose from her 2001 Dream Within A Dream Tour and was extremely popular.'However, she's undergone a huge transformation since then and we wanted to reflect her as she is now.'The 'comeback queen' recently released her sixth studio album Circus, a follow-up to her album Blackout which was popular with the critics despite expectations due to her well-documented personal troubles.