Katy Perry at the Mon­treal Ea­ton Cen­tre

Montreal Times - - News -

Katy Perry has sold more than 100 mil­lion al­bums around the world; now she is in Mon­treal— sort of— thanks to the sculpt­ing abil­i­ties of Eric Saint Chaf­fray and the Grévin team. The wax looka­like of the pop star was un­veiled this past Wed­nes­day with many of her fans in at­ten­dance.

The process to com­plete the wax ‘twin' of Katy Perry took six months. She is pre­sented wear­ing her "iconic Pris­matic World Tour out­fits."

At the un­veil­ing of the wax sculp­ture Kath­leen Payette, chief ex­ec­u­tive at the Grévin Mu­seum said: "We are so ex­cited to welcome Katy Perry to Grévin Mon­treal. Her wax fig­ure is com­pletely in­spired by her colour­ful pop uni­verse, and we are over­joyed with the re­sult. We sin­cerely hope her fans in Que­bec—and all over the world—will be happy!" (In­deed the artist will be per­form­ing in Mon­treal very soon at the Bell Cen­tre, so her wax fig­ure is a good an­tic­i­pa­tion of the ‘real thing' com­ing soon).

The Grévin Mu­seum is lo­cated on the 5th floor of the Mon­treal Ea­ton Cen­tre, metro McGill, and it is man­aged by the Com­pag­nie des Alpes. It opened in Mon­treal in 2013, and since then there have been sim­i­lar es­tab­lish­ments open in Prague, Seoul, and Vevey. Open­ing hours are Mon­day through Satur­day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tick­ets are $22 for adults, $20.50 for se­niors, $16 for children 6 to 12 years old. $18 for teenagers and stu­dents, and free for children un­der 6.

For de­tailed in­for­ma­tion about the ex­hi­bi­tions visit the web­site: www.

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