Gwen Stefani was delighted to meet her new waxwork at Madame Tussaud's in Las Vegas.
The Just A Girl singer unveiled the 300,000 US dollar model of herself, which has apparently been made two per cent larger than the petite and toned star is in real life.
Gwen's waxwork has been made bigger to allow for shrinkage in the Nevada desert climate, according to celebrity blogger Robin Leach of Las Vegas Weekly.
The 40-year-old mother-of-two wore a short dress and killer heels to unveil the model, and was delighted with her waxwork's killer abs, shown off underneath a crop top, worn with trousers and knee-high lace-up boots.
The No Doubt singer sat for the model six months ago when over 250 measurements and photographs were taken to get the dummy looking as accurate as possible.
Madame Tussauds General Manager Rosita Chapman said in a statement: "We are very excited to have Gwen Stefani's figure added to our attraction.
"She's consistently rated high on our request list, so we are very pleased to bring her figure to all her loyal fans."