Madame Tussauds have revealed the multi-award winning singer Adele as the latest celebrity to join their waxy Hall of Fame.
A special waxwork of the Queen goes on display at Madame Tussauds in honour of her Diamond Jubilee.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have joined a long line of royals immortalised in wax at Madame Tussauds.
A Madame Tussauds waxwork of Prince Harry has been given an icy makeover ahead of the royal's trek to the South Pole later this month.
Waxworks of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be moved from the Royal line up at Madame Tussauds to a special new setting as the attraction prepares for increased interest in the hugely popular couple, with the imminent arrival of the Royal baby.
Until now, they have been displayed alongside figure of the Queen, Prince Philip and other royals, but they are now going to be given their own room, such is the demand for visitors to the attraction to have their pictures taken with the wax lookalikes.
Adele has given a new Madame Tussauds figure her wax-seal of approval and declared: "They've even got my chin right." Adele was not present at today's launch but she has already been given a look at the model and said of her double:
That's scary! It's amazing - I feel a bit emotional.
Adele is the latest celebrity to be created in wax by specialists at Madame Tussauds.
Here sculptor Louis Wiltshire works on the clay head that will be used to create the wax mould for the star's new wax figure at Madame Tussauds in London.
Work is now well underway on the Oscar Winner's figure which will be portrayed in a dramatic performance pose at the London and Amsterdam attractions in July.
Shoppers got a chance to cuddle up to George Clooney in the West End today....but they soon found their date didn't have much conversation.
The figure lounging on a purple leather sofa in the middle of Carnaby Street was actually just a waxwork of the Hollywood A-lister.
Madame Tussauds said they had put him there as a treat for fans, after he was voted the most desirable date for Valentines Day.
Prince Harry came in at number two, with Twilight actor Robert Pattinson in third, Brad Pitt in fourth and Colin Firth in fifth.
The top five most dateable females were Angelina Jolie, Cheryl Cole, Kate Winslet, Beyonce and Helen Mirren.
Babs Windsor today unveiled her list of ideal street party guests, past and present, with whom to celebrate the Jubilee.
She revealed her fab four to be late singer Amy Winehouse, Oscar-winning actor Colin Firth, wartime PM Sir Winston Churchill and athlete Jessica Ennis
The Shoreditch-born former Carry On star, 74, was chosen by mayor Boris Johnson to drum up interest in July 3rd's Big Jubilee Lunch.
She said she'd chosen Amy lead a sing-song, Sir Winston for his speeches, Jessica because she's an Olympic hopeful, while Colin was "a lovely bit of eye candy."
Barbara Windsor will be at Madame Tussaud's later hosting a street party where she is guaranteed to be the most animated guest.
She'll be gathering together a number of 'ideal' party guests from among the Tussaud's collection of waxworks as part of a stunt to promote Jubilee street celebrations.
The actress is the London Mayor's official street party ambassador, and is hoping to encourage people to get out the bunting on June 3rd.