By CASSIE CARPENTER
She Vogued her way through the Superbowl half-time show eight months ago.
But Madonna's new wax figure - immortalizing the pop singer's Cleopatra-style Superbowl look - looks as though it was from 18 years ago.
Unveiled on Thursday, the waxy lifelike statue of the 54-year-old material girl has no wrinkles and is barely recognizable when seen side-by-side with how Madonna actually appeared back in February at the Indianapolis football match.
The Like a Prayer hitmaker, who's sold more than 300 million records worldwide, received quite a facelift thanks to the Madame Tussauds figure dressed in the same Givenchy black dress topped with a glittering crystal-studded headdress.
The iconic singer's figure joins fellow pop stars Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani, Michael Jackson, Fergie, and Britney Spears at famed museum's Las Vegas location at the Venetian.
It's unclear whether Madonna will be visiting her likeness in person when her MDNA Tour stops at the MGM Grand on October 13 and 14.
According to Madame Tussauds website, the process for creating a wax figure is called 'sitting' and involved two sculptors, one photographer, and an assistant taking 200 measurements of the stars for three hours.
Celebrities are never paid for the sitting, and just sculpting one of their famous heads takes five weeks to complete.
Madonna is currently in Los Angeles where the Express Yourself singer stripped down to her bra and thong during her song, Human Nature, Wednesday night at the Staples Center.
The provocative performer, who also performs tonight, did her striptease in full view of adopted seven-year-old son David, who spent some time behind the decks with her official on-tour DJ Martin Solvang.
Adopted from Africa in 2006, David seems to have embraced his new life and looks set to follow in his mother's footsteps, showing an enthusiasm in the music industry, which seems to run in the family.