(Vocus/PRWEB) March 28, 2011
Madame Tussauds unveiled their latest celebrity statue last week as Jet2.com keeps flights to Amsterdam on sale
The flagship Madame Tussauds may be in London but the Dutch house of waxwork models remain just as impressive. This week, amongst much fanfare, the Justin Bieber waxwork was unveiled by the pint-size pop star in London.
The same model also went on display in Amsterdam and it was clear to see that there were some noticeable differences between the waxwork and the boy himself.
This cultural attraction is just one in a long list of things to do in Amsterdam, which is why Jet2.com, the leisure airline with friendly low fares, has kept their flights to the city on sale.
The Madame Tassauds collection of waxworks includes numerous famous faces and Bieber’s inclusion in this interesting hall of fame should re-affirm his status as a world superstar.
It is important to remember that the Canadian singer is still only 17 years old despite his international stardom. However, this in itself has seemingly posed a problem, overlooked when making the waxwork.
As Bieber stood next to his statue it was evident he has had a bit of a growth spurt as he dwarfed the model. The famous floppy hairstyle has gone too, replaced by a shorter cut.
Despite these small differences, it won’t stop fans visiting this particular waxwork model.
A Popular Cultural Attraction
Madame Tussauds is one of the most popular attractions for visitors on holiday in Amsterdam. The city is a veritable trove of cultural delights for the discerning tourist to enjoy.
As well as Justin Bieber, visitors can marvel at waxworks of Madonna, Lady GaGa, Justin Timberlake and Elvis Presley amongst others.
This cultural appeal of the Dutch capital has encouraged Jet2.com to keep their cheap flights to Amsterdam on sale. Flights to Amsterdam are popular all year round but as we move into spring, the appeal of city breaks grows and Amsterdam remains one of the leading choices for a holiday of that type.
Cheap flights to Amsterdam with Jet2.com depart from Leeds Bradford ever week.