On the day Michael Jackson's 13th, now posthumous, Madame Tussauds waxwork was unveiled to the public, Gigwise takes a look at a other famous faces from the music world who are living beyond the grave in plastic.
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A pretty shoddy George Harrison likeness that was on display at the Hollywood Wax Museum. It was later sold off at auction.
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A shiny faced Elvis Presley as featured in a Mexican wax museum
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Johnny Cash at Madame Tussauds in New York. The likeness, is, erm, uncanny
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Tupac Shakur's impressive waxwork which went on display in September 2006 at Madame Tussauds, London.
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The early sculpting stages of the Tupac Shakur waxwork which eventually went on display in Los Angeles.
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The late-great Janis Joplin at Madame Tussauds in NYChttp://www.gigwise.com/article.php?id=51632&image=10#gallery
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The Sgt. Pepper era John Lennon from the Hollywood Wax Museum
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Voletta Wallace unveiling a waxwork of her son Biggie Smalls (Notorious BIG) in New York.
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Jimi Hendrix immortalised at Madame Tussauds, New York
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This Michael Jackson waxwork was commissioned to coincide with the start of his 'This Is It' 50 date residency at the O2 Arena, London. Sadly it proved to be posthumous.