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admin • May 08, 2008 • News and Gossip

Hollywood’s leading lady, Cameron Diaz, is the newest A-List celebrity to officially land at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. The superstar’s wax likeness was unveiled at the attraction today, amidst a crowd of her biggest fans.

The amazingly life-like figure of Diaz is center stage for a new experience in the attraction entitled Co-Star with “Cameron”. Set under prop lighting and a Vegas backdrop, visitors of the attraction will be able to perch in a matching director’s chair at Cameron’s side, allowing them to become an instantaneous co-star of one of Hollywood’s hottest actors. Armed with a director’s clapboard and a smile, guests will be able to take home a photo documenting their first acting gig with their newest “co-star”.

Arriving at the heels of her latest movie “What Happens in Vegas”, Cameron’s figure strikes a resemblance to her film character, costumed in a similar dress and look. She even dons a replica dice ring worn in the movie. Her wax figure took the work of three principle sculptors from the Tussauds Studios, whom successfully delivered a figure that captures the playful nature of the popular movie actress, along with her iconic grin.

“Cameron Diaz was an easy pick for us. She continually rated high on our Most Requested list with our customers, and she represents what modern day celebrity is all about. We are thrilled to add a mega star such as her to our lineup of celebrities,” stated Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Attraction Manager, Rosita Chapman.

Source: PRWeb.com

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