A wax figure of pop star Justin Bieber goes on display in London this month, giving fans a replica figure and installation inspired by the Canadian singer's current world music tour.
London's Madame Tussauds on Sunday unveiled the figure which features Bieber shirtless with sweat apparently glistening on his tattooed torso.
Bieber also appears with dancers performing his chart-topping hit Sorry.
Tussauds said the "wet look" figure - which is from its sister Las Vegas museum - recreated a moment from the singer's Purpose world tour which arrives in London this week.
Justin Bieber is also set to bring the Purpose tour to New Zealand next year, playing his first ever stadium show at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium.
He'll touch down in Auckland on Saturday, March 18, with tickets going on sale on October 12 at 2pm.
Bieber will be joined at all shows by young EDM superstar, Martin Garrix.