One Direction were immortalised in wax last week and now it's the turn of multi-million selling singer Adele to have her own waxwork unveiled at London's famous Madame Tussauds.
The life-sized figure of the Oscar-winner, who turns 25 this Sunday, means she will join 1D and Kylie, Cheryl Cole and Madonna in Madame Tussauds in London's and its counterpart in Amsterdam.
About time considered that Adele's second record 21 is the biggest-selling album of the 21st century. It has sold 285,000 copies in Ireland, making it the 7th biggest-seller ever and the biggest-selling digital album in Irish chart history.
The singer gave birth to her first child, son Angelo, last October. She was recently named the wealthiest young musician in Britain with a £30 million fortune, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.