The anniversary of the death of Whitney Houston is readily approaching and fans once again are honoring the entertainer and her music. On Thursday Madame Tussauds, for the first time ever, revealed four wax statues of the same celebrity. The star, Whitney Houston, was dressed in different designs to honor parts of her career.
Revealed in New York City, the four figures definitely looked good standing next to each other. After the photo opportunity, it appears the different figures will be heading to different museums around the country. Of course, this gives fans a chance to see Whitney Houston during different parts of her career.
Washington fans will get the Whitney Houston wax figure that was performing the national anthem at the 1991 Super Bowl and those fans who visit the museum in Hollywood will see Houston dressed in the 1992 movie The Bodyguard. The folks in Las Vegas probably get the best wax figure as it is the young Whitney Houston from the 1988 I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me) video. Finally, the New York City fans will probably see the least familiar wax figure with the 2009 final studio album picture.
Take a look at the photo slideshow of Whitney Houston all waxed at the Madame Tussauds in New York City.