Madame Tussauds has unveiled its fourth waxwork of Kylie Minogue, making the Australian pop star the most modelled celebrity after the Queen.
The pose is based on part of the singer's current show
The model is the first scented waxwork, wearing Minogue's Darling perfume.
The likeness shows the 38-year-old in a long red dress and sitting on a sparkling crescent moon, based on part of her recent Showgirl Homecoming Tour.
Minogue launched the tour's UK leg on New Year's Eve, following her recovery from breast cancer treatment.
Seven dates at Wembley Arena, in north London, are to be followed from Friday by six concerts at Manchester's MEN Arena.
On Tuesday the star unveiled a bronze cast of her hands at Wembley Arena's Square of Fame, where artists including Madonna and Sir Cliff Richard are also honoured.
London's Victoria and Albert Museum opens a Kylie exhibition, featuring costumes, accessories and photographs, on 8 February.
The Queen has had five new waxworks created at Madame Tussauds.