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One Direction waxworks revealed at Madame Tussauds

One Direction waxworks are revealed at Madame Tussauds in London.
If you thought these were the real One Direction boys, look a little closer! The group have been recreated as waxworks by Madame Tussauds in London.
One Direction waxworks.
The finished waxworks look so life-like, this confused fan has tried to give Harry a cheeky kiss!
A confused fan kisses the Harry waxwork.
Next, the boys' heads were sculpted out of clay so that a detailed mould could be made for the final wax head.
A sculptor works on the clay head of Niall Horan of One Direction.
Once the wax head is made the sculptors add eyes, teeth and each individual hair! Painting the skin takes a whole week.
Niall Horan waxwork.
The waxwork boys will be on display in London, before going on tour in New York and Sydney.
One Direction Waxworks
It takes a team of 20 sculptors about 4 months to make each waxwork. The process started with a sitting, where lots of photographs and measurements were taken.
Louis Tomlinson of One Direction poses with calipers during a figure sitting where he is measured for a wax figure creation.
The waxworks' clothes were donated by the One Direction boys. Niall said: "This is weird - he's wearing my actual shoes!"
One Direction with their waxworks.