Austin Mahone thinks it’s mindblowing to find out an exact replica of himself in 3D.
The 19-year-old singer is memorialised forever in the wax figure at Madame Tussauds Orlando.
When he first saw the statue, the star was confused for words, because Austin felt that it was similar to staring in to the eyes of an clone.
“It looks much like me,” he told People magazine. “They really got all the information right.
“They took measurements for four hours. Everything. How long my arms are. The distance between my thighs. Every angle of my face. They put these stickers around my body.
“This isn’t like looking inside a mirror. This is 3D. Now I can see myself like all the others sees me.”
Austin knew how important it had been to wear the best outfit while masterminds behind the wax figure were outlining his statue.
When the Dirty Work singer went along to the meeting, he brought certain sentimental trinkets and created sure to be suited up within his finest clothes.
“I wore this outfit around the cover of any magazine. And I thought it looked cool, so I gave the crooks to my figure to utilize,’ he explained.
‘My grandmother afflicted me with a special bracelet also it means a great deal to me. So they produced replica from it for the figure.”
Austin’s Madame Tussauds wax figure unveiling occurred at the New York City museum earlier this week. The statue has become being transported to Madame Tussauds Orlando, where it is going to be on display in the location’s music room.