One Direction Waxworks Removed From Madame Tussauds After Seven Years On Display
10 September 2020, 06:50 | Updated: 10 September 2020, 08:42
After being on display for seven years, the life-size wax replicas of the 'History' singers have been removed from Madame Tussauds.
One Direction's waxworks have been removed from Madame Tussauds' floors, after being on display for seven years.
(Yes, I'm crying too as that was the only possible way I could get a photo with them.)
The news that their life-size replicas were removed comes just months after the 'What Makes You Beautiful' hitmakers - Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Zayn Malik - celebrated their tenth anniversary as a band.
According to reports, there has been no decision to exhibit the waxworks on their own, despite each of the boys' individual successes as solo artists.
In 2013, as One Direction released their acclaimed third studio album, 'Midnight Memories', Madame Tussauds added the five-person band to their collection of waxworks, but in a recent statement said they'd be removing them.
The tourist attraction said it "reacts to the celebrity landscape" and updates its exhibits regularly.
Just when I thought I'd finally managed to stop crying at the 'History' music video, you had to go and tell me this news, didn't you? I'm not even crying in a cool way.