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Balqis meets "herself" in Dubai... The first Arab artist at the Wax Museum - Our Life - Celebrities

Balqis meets “herself” in Dubai… The first Arab artist at the Wax Museum – Our Life – Celebrities

The Wax Museum in Dubai revealed the anthropomorphic singer Balqis at the Madame Tussauds destination, which will soon open its doors to receive visitors inside Bluewaters Dubai.

Balqis met the wax figure who represents her in a special official ceremony held in partnership with “Madame Tussauds” inside the “Caesars Palace Dubai” resort in the heart of “Bluewaters” Island.

Balqis expressed her happiness at revealing her model in the museum, adding, “A great feeling of pride and happiness; Being the first Arab artist to stand side by side with a stunning wax figure representing me at Madame Tussauds destination.”

She added, “This wonderful wax figurine comes to life with the finest external details that masterfully mimic my appearance and draw the features of my personality in an exceptional way.”

In a statement, the museum said: “With a distinctive smile and a luxurious dress; Belqis al-Shami’s personality cleverly embodies her radiant appearance and personality, and this honor cements her position as a member of Arabic music.”

The wax sculpture of the artist “Bilqis” will occupy a privileged position among the most famous movie stars and musicians from all over the world in the party room of the most important and famous international figures, as it is characterized by luxurious interior designs in the form of a charming desert oasis. The museum announced that guests can take souvenir photos next to the wax model of “Bilqis” and then enjoy the interactive dance floor.

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