WASHINGTON -- For the first time ever Tuesday, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum debuted four separate statues of the same person, to honor the late Whitney Houston one year after her death.
The Washington Madame Tussaud's gallery unveiled Whitney singing at the Superbowl. "Star Spangled Banner" Whitney is decked out in her American flag track suit attire in front of military personnel, a stadium full of excited fans, and fighter jets in the skies above her.
Fans of Whitney Houston can now also see new wax statues of her in three other stages of her career. In New York, they will see the "I Look To You" Whitney from her 2009 album cover. In Los Angeles, the Whitney statue represents Rachel Marron, the character Houston played in "The Bodyguard," while in Las Vegas, they will see the "I Want to Dance with Somebody" Whitney with her big curly blonde hair.
Museum spokesperson, Joanna Hobday tells WMAL, "This is the first time in Madame Tussaud's 200-year history that four figures have been made simultaneously of the same person at different points in their career."
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