Gwen Stefani has revealed her own waxwork at Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas and said that seeing the figure for the first time was "mind-blowing".
"I had seen photos, they were sending them in as they were making them, and that was amazing because I got to see it before they had the make-up on it. I saw all the different stages, but when they actually dropped the curtain and it was right there and it's at your level, it's unbelievable," the No Doubt singer said.
It took six months to create from the time Gwen had her first sitting with the designers, and cost over £190,000.
More than 250 measurements and photos were taken to make sure it was as accurate as possible.
The waxwork is actually two percent bigger than the real Gwen to allow for the wax to shrink in the Las Vegas desert weather.