Pop star Justin Bieber has had a sweaty, shirtless waxwork figure unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London.
The 22-year-old 'Baby' singer already has multiple life-like models on display around the world, including a half-naked one erected in Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, but the latest is most definitely the wettest.
A reveal video on Twitter showed the new Bieber replica being danced around by female models and having water poured on him, just as the young man himself is surrounded by rain on-stage during his Purpose world tour.
According to Nicole Fenner, senior PR manager at Madame Tussauds London, the topless figure of the Canadian pop superstar will allow fans unable to attend the gigs a taste of his show.
"We're recreating a moment from his Purpose world tour, which he is currently on, and will be bringing to London this week. We are recreating the finale of the show where Bieber performs his hit anthem 'Sorry' in a rain curtain, in a rain shower experience," she said.
"We've actually got our very own rain curtain here in the attraction which, during October half-term, guests will be able to come in and see and see, every half an hour, high-impact performances with dancers, lights, sound, so they can really get that atmosphere as if they are at his concert."
The real Bieber kicks off the UK and Ireland leg of his tour with four dates at London's O2 this week.