Cheryl’s waxwork has been removed from Madame Tussauds 2 years ago

Cheryl’s waxwork has been removed from Madame Tussauds

Cheryl’s waxwork has been removed from Madame Tussauds in London.

The statue of the 36-year-old was first introduced at the world famous museum in 2010. However, it is now being stored in the museum's archives.

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Bosses are said to ave made the move as they want the "figures to best represent what our visitors want to see".

A representative for Madame Tussauds told The Sun:

"Our Cheryl figure is currently being stored in the London archives.

"This isn’t uncommon for our figures, as from time to time we do change who we have in the attraction.

"We are constantly reviewing our collection of figures to best represent what our visitors want to see."

Ouch.

Cheryl's waxwork was first debuted in 2010 - but has undergone a makeover since then.

It first showed the former X Factor judge wearing a glittering floor-length red gown, with cut-out detailing on the sides.

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She had a tiara in her hair, which was worn down in loose waves.

After a brief update in 2012, which saw the waxwork figure's outfit changed to. an orange mini skirt and purple top, sculptors gave the figure another style update in 2014.

This included adding the rings given to her by her now-ex-husband, Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini.

In the makeover, the figure's hair was changed to a trendy up-do. Her outfit was also updated to include black trousers and a sparkling top.

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