[artist id="3061469"]Lady Gaga[/artist]'s whole existence sometimes feels like a living, breathing, bleeding, [article id="1646460"]gender-bending[/article] work of art. Now, Madame Tussauds is planning to spend major bucks to turn the international pop sensation into a life-size waxwork.
According to a spokesperson for the New York branch of Madame Tussauds, the popular tourist attraction in Times Square is working on a Gaga figure that should be ready by year's end. And here's the best part:
"We're open to hearing from fans about which looks they want," said the spokesperson, encouraging Gaga's "little monsters" to visit NYCWax.com to weigh in on which of Gaga's many signature styles they would like to see immortalized in wax. While the spokesperson could not comment on a report in a British tabloid that Tussauds is spending more than $1.5 million on the Gaga figures, they did clarify that "many" but not all nine global outlets will get their own Gaga. It is also not yet known if all the Gagas will sport the same look or have different outfits.
The museum is legendary for making wax replicas of the rich and famous, from President Obama and Justin Timberlake to Marilyn Monroe, Brad Pitt, Derek Jeter, former "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell, Madonna and Beyoncé.
The singer, who is up for a [article id="1644991"]record 13 Moonmen[/article] at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards, gave Tussauds yet another possibility this week when she set aside female things and posed as her male alter ego, Jo Calderone, for the cover of Vogue Hommes Japan. The magazine, which hits newsstands September 5, features a cover shot of Gaga as Calderone with an Elvis pompadour, white shirt and black trousers.
Which of Gaga's looks do you think Tussauds should immortalize in wax? Leave your comments below!