On par with other Kidman entries on this list, this bleached-blonde wax figure of Nicole Kidman looks ready to haunt your nightmares!
It’s so frighteningly pale that we feel like if it went out in the sun it would burst into flames. It also, we’re sorry to say, doesn’t look exactly like Kidman, though that’s a bit par for the course at this point. Why are the eyes so very blue? We guess there had to be a pop of color somewhere…
Even those that are fans of Lady Gaga might be prepared to say that she has a bit of an odd look when it comes to pop stars. That's not to say she looks bad – it's just to say her proportions are a little different than a lot of other A-listers.
Her wax figurine, on the other hand, must have missed the memo about how she still looks good. It made her nose look like a crow's beak, made her lips pursed and wrinkled, and made her arms weirdly muscular. No doubt the hard-working pop star has some definition, but this Gaga looks ready to compete. Also, we're pretty sure the hair is just a five-dollar wig from the store.
He's second in line for the throne of England, but his wax figure looks more like the kind of thing that would come alive in a horror movie and stalk the main characters through a mirror maze. It looks like the head was made out of old ham, and the mouth has been exaggerated to ridiculous proportions.
We know that the guy has a large mouth, but his wax figure seems to be more in the vein of a drawn caricature than a true-to-life representation of a member of the royal family. We just hope his wife didn't receive the same treatment.
Spend enough time at the top of the Hollywood lists, and you're going to end up with more than one wax figurine with your face on it. It's too bad that so far Brad Pitt doesn't have any figurines with his face on them, despite the names attached to them.
This one, for instance, certainly has a pretty-boy affectation, but it's hard to call it Brad. The expertly-coiffed hair looks like it could be Pitt, but lots of other details are off the mark. That little ring of "hardly-there-hair" that surrounds his mouth looks like scraps from the barbershop. It could be worse, but it could certainly be better.
The man who was Bond (the first one, anyway) left us in 2020, but he's still here in spirit. Certainly not physically, since this ruffled-shirted statue of a leading man looks nothing like Connery. It's trying really hard to mimic the focused stare of one of the original action heroes, but there are too many negatives to balance the scales.
The mouth and in particular look quite thrown into madness, with deep, DEEP grooves marring the stony visage that graced the silver screen. He's also really tan and/or sunburned, and his hair looks like that of a sixties televangelist. At that, so does his outfit. The man was Bond! Surely, there are better suits!