- Media OutReach - 6 January, 2020 - Catriona
Gray, Miss Universe 2018 have her image immortalized in Madame Tussauds
Singapore. Catriona's wax figure will wear a replica of the iconic lava gown,
inspired by Albay's Mayon Volcano, specially designed by Mak Tumang, which she
wore when she won the 2018 Miss Universe tile.
"I am so excited to see the final
figure and be a part of this special event! To unveil the figure in my home
country with my fans watching is another dream come true." said Catriona on her
"The Philippines market continues to
be one of our strongest markets and has been very important to our attractions
in Asia and we had seen an increase of travellers to Madame Tussauds in
Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapore. We believe that by having Catriona's wax
figure, it will definitely be a huge draw and create the platform for her fans
to get up-close with her in 2020. Her figure will be in Madame Tussauds
Singapore for a limited period of time. Thereafter, her figure will be going to
Madame Tussauds Bangkok and Hong Kong" said Susan Ang, Regional General
Manager, Asia (excluding China).
"We are constantly bringing in more
fun to cater to various markets and we look forward to welcome Catriona who
will be the first Filipino wax figure in Madame Tussauds Singapore. Besides her
figure Catriona also filmed something special for Madame Tussauds" said Alex
Ward, General Manager of Madame Tussauds Singapore.
information will be released on Madame Tussauds Singapore's social media pages,
so be sure to stay tune for more information!
Twitter: @TussaudsHK | @MTsSingapore
Instagram: @MadameTussaudsBangkok_Official | @madametussaudshongkong | @MtsSingapore
Hashtag: #MTBKK | #MadameTussaudsHongKong | #MadameTussaudsSG
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