Singer Taylor Swift has been immortalised in wax at Madame Tussaud's in New York.
The singer, who unveiled the waxwork, was pleased with her double.
Swift said: "I think that the face looks a lot like me and this is so crazy that they have my show dress and my exact replica of my guitar. This is wonderful, I'm really thankful."
The 20 year-old recently confessed that she was first drawn to music as she was lonely. The singer reportedly said: "I turned to songwriting because I didn't have anybody else to talk to."
Her Grammy award-winning album Fearless was the biggest selling record of 2009, and her latest album, Speak Now, has received rave reviews.