Twilight star Taylor Lautner to get Waxwork

Twilight star Taylor Lautner to get Waxwork

Taylor Lautner is getting his own waxwork at Madame Tussauds.

Twilight Saga star Taylor Lautner is to be immortalised in wax at top London attraction Madame Tussauds. The actor’s waxwork is set to be unveiled in January 2012. Taylor Lautner will join his Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson after being one of 2011’s most requested personalities.

The news of the 19-year-old actor, getting his own waxwork comes after he, Robert and their other co-star Kristen Stewart had their hand and foot prints immortalised on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The announcement was made as part of the birthday celebration of the attraction’s founder. Prime Minister David Cameron, David and Victoria Beckham, Helen Mirren, Russell Brand and even Queen Elizabeth herself joined a wax figure of Madame Marie Tussaud in a party scene to mark her 250th birthday.

Besides Twilight star Taylor Lautner, some other upcoming waxworks in 2012 include English diver Tom Daley and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Twilight star Taylor Lautner to get Waxwork

It all began 250 years ago: Madame Marie Tussaud's waxwork joined by Queen Elizabeth, Beckhams, the Prime Minister, Russell Brand and Helen Mirren.

One Of The New Artists Yearwood Recorded With Was Garth Brooks In

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Her second album release, Hearts in Armor (1992) reflected Yearwood’s own personal issues, which won her widespread critical acclaim among music critics and further success in country music. Yearwood was born in Monticello, Georgia, United States to Gwen Yearwood, a schoolteacher and Jack Yearwood, a local banker. One of the new artists Yearwood recorded with was Garth Brooks in 1989. Allmusic reviewed the album and called the effort, “a very classy debut that stands the test of time,” giving it four and a half out of five stars. in 1991, she was named “Top New Female Vocalist” by the Academy of Country Music Awards, and was also voted by the American Music Awards in 1992, “Favorite New Country Artist.” in 1992, Yearwood released her second studio album, Hearts in Armor, which was critically acclaimed. Allmusic called Hearts in Armor “stunning” and “one of the best heartbreak records country music delivered in the ’80s and ’90s.” About.com gave it five stars, and called Hearts in Armor, “possibly Trisha’s best album ever.” The album would spawn four singles. The first two reached the Top 10 — “Wrong Side of Memphis”, which peaked at #5 and “Walkaway Joe” (a collaboration with Don Henley), which peaked at #2 — and the third and fourth singles (“You Say You Will” and “Down on My Knees”) peaked within the Top 20, reaching #12 and #19 respectively. Like her previous effort, it certified “Platinum”.
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In Addition Trisha Yearwood Also Set Aside A Project To Release Her First

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Trisha Yearwood


She came to prominence with her debut single, “She’s in Love with the Boy” which became a #1 hit on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 1991. Her second album release, Hearts in Armor (1992) reflected Yearwood’s own personal issues, which won her widespread critical acclaim among music critics and further success in country music. in addition she also set aside a project to release her first cookbook in April 2008 titled Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen, which consisted of southern cooking recipes from Yearwood, her mother and sister.