Thursday, September 15, 2011

Wednesday's The Shot & RidicuList: Anderson

The SHOT: (including a little extra Anderson/Isha banter)

The RidicuList: Myself (Anderson)

We found several photographs of the official unveiling of Anderson's wax figure at Madame Tussaud's on Wednesday. The following are a sample from ~

ICYMI ~ Anderson first saw his wax figure at an unveiling on Tuesday's talk show.

Here's the clip ~

And some photos from the talk show reveal and the measuring session in New York, June 7, 2011. Again from ~

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SM Pratt said...

It was funny when he said he looked like a jerk on his wax figure. Some people might say that is the truest thing he has ever said. I don't think he is a jerk all the time though - just some of the time like all of us.

He did seem fascinated with his wax figure. He acted like a kid who got a pony for Christmas. I wonder when Madame Trussad's is done with it if he will have the opportunity to keep it or if it will go into storage. I can just see it hanging around the fire station......

aries moon said...

Madame Tussaud is the best--I don't think I've ever seen a wax figure by them that wasn't spot on. AC's mom would probably love to have the figure to replace that life-sized cardboard cut-out she has in her home. I liked that AC pointed out that they even got his moustache stubble right--because it's something that's barely noticeable on him. Anyway, it was a good RidicuList with AC taking on his own ego.

ACAnderFan said...

Great RidicuList. I think Anderson was having too much fun talking about his wax figure. I find the wax figure creepy though.

@SM Pratt, I too wonder what will happen to the wax figure after Madame Trussad's is done with it. Maybe Gloria wants it. She already has that cardboard cutout of him!

Anonymous said...

Isah's question is completely legit, I don't k now what Gumby is either.

It's not fair to compare it to the rainbow etc. Not fair.

It's not part of the international common sense exported and made in USA.

Anonymous said...

Having been to Madame Tussaud's in NYC, it is very much like walking through a grave yard.
50% of the wax figures are President's who are now deceased and the other 50% are celebrities who look like they will be.
Nice place to visit on say, Halloween.