|Zoella And Alfie Are being Made Into Waxworks|
That's right, the celebrity vloggers (yes, it's 2015 and that is a thing now) are set to join all the other celebrity waxworks at Madame Tussauds in London later this year.
With millions of subscribers to their respective YouTube channels, not to mention Zoella's record-breaking sales for her debut novel, Girl Online, it's under no debate that Zalfie (as they are jointly known to their legions of fans) are now celebrities in their own right.
And so to acknowledge their influence and this new genre of celebrity, Madame Tussauds has decided to to make them the subjects of their next wax figures.
'We are delighted to be working with Alfie and Zoe. It’s a first for the attraction and reflects just how huge these YouTube stars are,' said Madame Tussauds General Manager, Ben Sweet.
While the Zalfie waxwork has yet to be unveiled, we have taken this opportunity to revisit some of the, er, more unusual waxworks to have been created. From the bad to the downright