Australian Actress Nicole Kidman Unveils Her Wax Work


Nicole Kidman has taken another step up the celebrity ladder with the unveiling of her very own wax work at Madame Tussauds.

Draped in a glamorous floor-length red gown, Kidman's wax work has taken its place at the world-famous museum alongside models of fellow Hollywood A-list celebrities including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

Despite her long career as an actress, it is the first time the museum has created a Kidman wax work.

Designers spent about three months creating the figure, unveiled overnight in London, based on thousands of photographs of the Australian actress.

"Nicole is wearing a stunning floor-length red dress which really emphasises her flawless beauty and grace, idolised by so many women around the world," Madame Tussauds spokesman Ben Lovett said.

"There's no mistaking that she is a hugely popular global celebrity and we are delighted to be unveiling her."

Kidman's latest film, The Golden Compass, opens in Australia on December 26.

On less rosy note, Kidman says she is filing suit against London's Daily Telegraph for its claim that she prefers wearing Jo Malone's White Jasmine and Mint scent to Chanel No 5, which she's paid to spruik.

Kidman's lawyers say the allegations are "entirely untrue" and "grossly defamatory" and have demanded "an immediate retraction."

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