Tussauds New York Desperate for Nude Vanessa Hudgens Waxwork

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Wednesday, 26 September 2007


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New York - (Barecheek & Ass Mess): "We're willing to pay top dollar to create a nude Vanessa Hudgens waxwork statue," a New York's Madame Tussauds museum source told a press conference today.

"We have internationally renowned body-sculpting artists hammering at our doors 24/7 to secure the commission," the spokesman said.

"Some of them are so excited at the prospect that they can hardly stop their hands from shaking! Or other parts of their anatomy, come to think of it.

"Of course they know that according to our curatorial policy only one truly nubile naked young woman is permitted to be commemorated in wax every twenty years," the Tussauds spokesman added.

"From what we have seen of Miss Hudgens on the internet and elsewhere there isn't a better looking ass or pair of tits in all of Hollywood today."

The creation of nude wax statues at the museum is shrouded in secrecy.

It is believed to involve specialists experienced in oral and manual preparation of the female form "as certified by the French Académie des Arts et des Lettres in Paris, France."

The process also differs from the banal rubber-mould method used to cast B-List celebs such as Victoria Beckham, Paris Hilton and the Bush Twins.

"Anyway, most of those are due for the melter by the end of the year due to pubic lack of interest."

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