Lady Gaga makes Madame Tussauds History

Madame Tussauds announced earlier this year their Lady Gaga project, one of the most ambitious ones they've had, which was revealed December 9th. With a budget of $1.5 million, 8 wax figures of the pop singer were made, each one portraying a different iconic look.
Five out of eight wax statues have been unveiled in five Madame Tussauds attractions around the world (London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Hong Kong and Shanghai, the ones from New York, Hollywood and Las Vegas yet to be revealed)
Later edit: updated with the last 3 wax figures displayed in the US.

Check out the featured looks and a making of video next:

London - Telephone
Phillip Tracey telephone hat teamed with a black Armani coat, flared trousers and towering heels. As seen on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross March 2010

Amsterdam - Big Hair
Towering purple hair piece atop waist length plantinum locks, with nude Maison Martin Margiela bodysuit, white blazer and huge platforms. As seen outside Phoenix Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 2009

Berlin - Kinky Boots
Short black Bruno Pieters leather body suit cut away to reveal black lace bra, quirky “disc” hat and thigh high black boots. As worn at the Hakkasan restaurant, London in April 2009

Hong Kong - Harlequin
Black Marjan Pejoski Body suit with oversized black neck fuff and sleek, super straight platinum hair. As seen at Grand Intercontinental Hotel Seoul, South Korea

Shanghai - Wired "Wing" dress with lightning eye
Short black Orschel-Read strapless dress with wired, thigh high patent boots and black lightning stripe make up over one eye Orschel-Read as worn on the Wetten Dass..? gameshow, Germany in November 2009

New York - Hair Hat
Gaga’s own blonde locks splayed out into a huge sunhat teamed with black see through net dress. As seen at the Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas

Las Vegas - Mini Mouse
Off one shoulder black latex body suit with long straight hair topped off with “mini mouse” style buns. As seen at the BBC Radio 1 studios, London

Hollywood - Lady in Lace
Alex Noble lace body stocking and Philip Tracey face mask topped off with Marie Antoinette style ‘fro. As seen at The Brit Awards 2010

Making of video:

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