Jesy Nelson stood beside the members of Little Mix again after Madame Tussauds London unveiled its new wax figures.
On Wednesday, Madame Tussauds London officially showed its new wax figures to honor Little Mix. On its official Twitter account, it shared a 10-second clip showing the members' waxes posing and flaunting their signature colorful outfits.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock wears a pink Moschino blazer; Perrie Edwards rocks her white thigh-highs and pink pumps; Jade Thirwell flaunts her bright green minidress; and Nelson sports snakeskin trousers and paired it with a purple fur hat.
They reportedly picked the winners who had the chance to see the figures for the first time. In addition, the museum reportedly made it to mark the group's 10-year-anniversary this summer.
The Making of Little Mix's Figures
Per the official press release, the Tussauds team worked with the group while making the figures as early as 2020. The creators also took hundreds of measurements to perfectly create the figures.
Cue the confetti 🎉— Madame Tussauds London (@MadameTussauds) July 28, 2021
Our lucky winners were first through the doors to meet the new figures. Celebrate 10 years of Little Mix with us this summer! pic.twitter.com/p0ut0ZuQdl
"We loved making this video and the concept of us being doll-like within it -- it felt like a very fitting scene to recreate for our figures! When I saw my finished figure it was like looking in a mirror, it's amazing," Thirwell said.
Meanwhile, Edwards applauded the Madame Tussauds London artists' fantastic for creating the almost lifelike figures.
She also expressed the excitement of seeing their fans inside Madame Tussauds London.
Little Mix joined the figures of Britney Spears, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, and One Direction, among others, in the museum's music zone. Ariana Grande recently joined the collection in May.
The reunion of the figures - at least - came months after Nelson left the group due to her emotional and mental state.
According to the 29-year-old singer, everything felt better when she decided to leave the girl group. She currently sees her life as something simple without extreme pressure. She also recalled how being with the members made her feel conscious about what she wears.
"I'd wear corsets and s- like that to make myself look the size they were. Now, I'm not looking at the screen thinking, 'Oh my God, I don't look as good as them.' I feel free,'" she said in an interview with the Cosmopolitan UK.
Although she put an end to her decade-old career with the three members, Nelson assured that she feels way better when she left.