Anonova reports Madame Tussaud’s has been inundated with calls from Kylie fans wanting copies of its latest advertising campaign. The poster features a picture of her rear, complete with black see-through knickers and a string pull hanging down from her neck. The ad on the poster reads, “Kylie now talks, at Madame Tussaud’s.”
Video Clip Of Kylie’s New Wax Figure
July 25, 2002 – NU.nl has a video clip (since removed) from the Madame Tussaud museum in London where the Kylie Minogue wax figure was unveiled complete with real life dancers. Kylie’s figure whispers to visitors, “Can’t get you out of my head.” Diane Moon from the museum talks about the figure as well, the third for Kylie that they’ve made. She says they’ll expect some damage from guys pinching her knickers.
Brazilian Perve Gets Close Up Of Kylie Wax Bottom
July 25, 2002 – Lucky 25-year-old Brazilian tourist Mauro Goldamez was the first to check out the new Madame Tussaud’s Kylie Minogue wax figure in London, sneaking a peak at her bottom and confirming, “Yes, that really is Miss Minogue!”
Minogue Wax Figure A Six Month Creation
July 24, 2002 – Madame Tussaud’s new Kylie Minogue exhibit was a creation by sculptor Steve Mansfield, who spent six months making sure every inch of the model’s curves were the same as Kylie’s.
A Tussaud’s spokeswoman tells The Mirror, “Steve must be the envy of every man on this planet. We wanted to do something really different and this model is the next step forward for us. The aim was to keep what Kylie is known for – her sexiness.”
Fan Wallpapers Bedroom In Kylie Photos
July 22, 2002 – The Sunday People reports Kylie Minogue superfan Rob Carter, 20, bought 26 copies of the Sunday People, at 65p a time, to cover his 12ft-square bedroom in the glossy prints of Kylie that was in last week’s issue, costing him £16.90. “Not only does it look great but it’s far cheaper than ordinary decorating,” he said.