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We welcome Harry Styles to our star-studded celebrity line-up!

  • Monday 17th July 2023
  • Harry Styles Unveiled

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After years and thousands of fan requests, we're excited to reveal Harry Styles will take to our stage for a second time, with seven new figures of the trendsetting solo artist unveiled today across our world-famous attraction’s estate - a whole decade after Harry first graced our attractions with his former One Direction bandmates.

Visitors to Madame Tussauds in London, New York, Hollywood, Amsterdam, Berlin, Singapore and Sydney will be able to get up close and personal with the multi-award-winning singer-songwriter as he triumphantly returns to Madame Tussauds this July, with the figures striking seven different poses inspired by some of Harry’s show stopping appearances from around the globe.

As Harry’s home country attraction, we're welcoming the global superstar through our doors on Thursday 27th July, for fans to say Watermelon Sugar Hi. Harry’s stunningly lifelike new figure took our expert artists over 10 months to create. The striking outfit, a nod to his fashion credentials and more recent break into acting, is inspired by the iconic look worn at the My Policeman premiere in 2022. Featuring a double-breasted hunter green blazer, large flower broach, pistachio green trousers, ivory boots and the all-important bright green handbag he paired it with - the look is finished with his classic pearl necklace jewellery.

With the news set to keep fans late night talking, the seven new figures depicting Harry in some of his most glamorous garb have been carefully sculpted by our talented artists who have been hard at work to make sure the creations capture the As It Was singer’s signature style.

The other six figures based around the globe also stand red-carpet ready in multiple outfits inspired by the fashionista’s favourite looks from recent years. Madame Tussauds Berlin sees Harry donning a pink leather waistcoat and oversized pink fur coat, while Madame Tussauds New York will be dazzled by Harry’s rainbow sequined jumpsuit, both outfits made famous by his now legendary Coachella performance.

The music phenomenon’s Love On Tour, tour provides the inspiration for Madame Tussauds Amsterdam, Hollywood, Singapore and Sydney. Madame Tussauds Amsterdam will see a suited and booted Harry, as he struts to the stage in a pink embroidered double-breasted suit. Taking to the streets of Tinseltown, a bronze fringed sequin vested Harry will star in Madame Tussauds Hollywood, while fans in Madame Tussauds Singapore can look forward to seeing Harry in his iconic blue and yellow two piece from the Glasgow leg of the Love On Tour tour. And finally returning to Oz, a figure modelling an electric pink shirt and signature pink feather boa made famous by his San Jose performance will be in residence at Madame Tussauds Sydney.

Angela Jobson, Global Brand Director Madame Tussauds, said: “Harry is one of the biggest stars in the world right now, from filling stadiums worldwide with his sell out tours to being a fashion influencer, there is no denying he has left a timeless mark on popular culture. When the opportunity came up there was no hesitation, we jumped at the chance to add the Grammy award-winning superstar to our collection, and we cannot wait for fans to see him at any one of the seven venues worldwide.”

Tim Waters, General Manager at Madame Tussauds London, said: “This global, seven figure launch is testament to Harry’s incredible star power and we love that we can welcome Harry home to Madame Tussauds London. We know this will be a dream come true for all his fans as thousands have requested his figure over the last couple of years.

“Harry’s new figure launch comes after his most successful year yet, the My Policeman and Don’t Worry Darling star completed a total of 109 shows in over twenty different countries in 2022 and is currently continuing this momentum with his European tour. He’s got a well-deserved break coming up, but fans can still hang out with Harry’s figure at Madame Tussauds London.”