Beyonce has been immortalized at Madame Tussauds Berlin with a new wax figure which was debuted at the location on Friday, and also shown to fans on the museum’s Instagram and YouTube pages.
The Crazy In Love songstress, 41, was dressed up in a black and white long-sleeved minidress with matching boots, one of her many infamous ensembles from her 2018 On The Run II Tour with husband Jay-Z, 53.
The mother of three’s original outfit was from the French luxury brand Balmain, part of the brand’s Resort 2019 collection.
Immortalized: Madame Tussauds Berlin revealed its wax figure of Beyonce on Friday on both Instagram and YouTube for fans
Flawless complexion: The artists who created her wax figure chose to leave her gorgeous light brown hair in a high ponytail
The artists that created the wax figurine paid attention down to every intricate detail, such as the sparkling sequins and embroidered patterns on the minidress that mimicked her one-of-a-kind Balmain dress she wore on stage in Manchester.
Her gorgeous light brown hair was styled into a high ponytail, allowing the strands to effortlessly fall behind the replica.
The figure was accessorized with several mini, gold earrings, and a set of perfectly manicured nails painted white.
Beyonce’s wax statue could be seen standing on a platform surrounded by gold rimmed mirrors. The left hand was placed on the hip to have the replica strike one of the singer’s favorite poses.
The eye-catching, over-the-knee boots contained a similar, triangle-checkered pattern to what the Grammy winner had donned during her tour.
Lookalike! The Halo singer’s figure was dressed in a black and white long-sleeved minidress with matching boots
Details: The figure was accessorized with several mini, gold earrings, and a set of perfectly manicured nails painted white; seen performing in the Balmain ensemble in 2018
The 28-time Grammy winner also has wax figures in other Madame Tussauds worldwide, including London, Hollywood, Delhi, and New York.
Madame Tussauds was first opened in 1835 by Marie Tussaud, a sculptor from Strasbourg, France.
Since then, there have been 21 Madame Tussauds museums opened around the world and they have made figures of A-listers such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Zendaya, Tom Cruise, One Direction, Lil Nas X, and the Kardashians.
The reveal comes shortly after Beyonce performed at the Atlantis The Royal Grand hotel opening in Dubai.
The Break My Soul hitmaker was reportedly paid $24 million to perform and even invited her daughter Blue Ivy on stage to perform a duet of their track Brown Skin Girl.
Show-stopping appearance: The reveal comes shortly after Beyonce performed at the Atlantis The Royal Grand hotel opening in Dubai
Stylish: They also accessorized her figure with several earrings, and a set of perfectly manicured nails painted white
Wax figures: Madame Tussauds has made figures of A-listers such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Zendaya, Tom Cruise, One Direction, Lil Nas X, and the Kardashians; Lil Nas X with his wax figure in 2022
She took to the stage for that portion of the performance in a bright yellow corseted gown with feathered angel-type wings.
Blue was dazzling and donned a ruby red sequined suit with long sleeves and a tulip-like overskirt.
Beyonce introduced her daughter by saying: ‘Where are all my brown skin girls? Give it up for my baby, my brown skin girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter.’
The star’s performance earlier Saturday was her first in four years, and was cheered on by her husband Jay-Z, their three children, Blue Ivy, Rumi, and Sir, along with her mother and father, Tina and Mathew Knowles, reported Variety.
She had a grand total of three outfit changes during the course of the one-hour concert, and other celebrities were in attendance to watch the monumental moment, including Kendall Jenner and Chloe and Halle Bailey, whom she mentors.
Queen Bey: The superstar was recently paid $24 million to perform at the opening of the Atlantis The Royal Grand hotel in Dubai
The duo: The beauty invited her daughter Blue Ivy on stage to perform a duet of their track Brown Skin Girl
The Halo singer is also facing criticism after accepting the lavish Dubai gig — which took place on Saturday — amid the anti-LGBTQ policies of the United Arab Emirates.
Her lavish performance in the area ‘casts a shadow over her support for lesbians and gay people,’ according to Bev Jackson, the co-founder of the British advocacy group LGB Alliance.
‘Beyonce is a huge icon for many gay people,’ Bev Jackson told The Telegraph on Sunday. ‘LGB Alliance is deeply therefore disappointed that Beyoncé has agreed to give a lucrative concert in Dubai, where same-sex sex acts are a criminal offense, potentially punishable by death.’
Songstress: Beyonce is currently facing criticism after accepting the lavish Dubai gig — which took place on Saturday — amid the anti-LGBTQ policies of the United Arab Emirates