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Justin Bieber Loves Selena Gomez Forever? Tribute Immortalizes His Ex-Girlfriend


Jelena forever! Remember when Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were still together? Remember the tattoo Bieber has of Gomez? Now, that is immortalized forever.

Before Bieber’s 22nd birthday, Madam Tussauds in Las Vegas reveals a new wax figure of a shirtless Bieber that includes the more than 50 tattoos he has on his body.

One of the 50 tattoos is famed design featuring Gomez. The tat is of the Disney star and shows her with angel wings. Hollywood Life reports that Bieber got the ink in honor of Gomez back in 2013 when they were rumoured to be dating again following their 2012 split.

The Biebs wax figure is shirtless and styled in black-and-gold attire with replica Day-Date gold Rolex, black Calvin Klein boxers and black leather pants.

Although the tattoo is a way of immortalizing Jelena forever, a reunion between the two is unlikely as Gomez recently shaded Bieber in a recent interview with Radio One when she spoke about her track record with “guys with greasy bowl cuts.”

“Were you into those blonde sort of bowl, greasy hair do things?” Nick Grimshaw asked when Gomez opened up about her first crush, floppy-haired singer/songwriter Jesse McCartney.

“I guess so!” Gomez laughed. “I mean, given my track record as well.”

Las Vegas Sun reports that twenty artists finished the new wax figure this month in a total of three months; the sculpture is worth approximately $350,000.

The website also reports that to commemorate Bieber’s 22nd birthday, “Cake Boss’s” “Next Great Baker” Kaiulani Delgado created a custom 5-foot-tall, four-layer cake.

A custom gold edible zipper or gold chain to coordinate with Bieber’s pop superstar look partitions each tier of the cake.

Bieber joins an array of pop artists in wax at Madame Tussauds, including Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Madonna and Elvis.

The attraction invites visitors to see, touch and take selfies with the biggest stars commemorated in wax all under one roof.

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