A Hardwell wax figure has been revealed in the DJ/producer’s homeland in Holland
What does Hardwell have in common with Adele, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Kate Moss? He is now part of their crew at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Amsterdam. The world famous museum chain features wax life-size replicas of celebrities and historic icons.
Hardwell posted a YouTube video earlier today, showing the extensive process of obtaining his exact measurements, hair color, finger nails and even choosing the perfect eye balls. Guests can walk through themed galleries and get up close and personal with their favorite actors, singers, presidents, and now DJs. Other DJs that are already housed in the museum are Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, and Tiesto.
Hardwell is being featured in the museum, not only because of his accomplishments as a DJ and producer, but because of his philanthropy work through his United We Are Foundation project. Through the foundation, he has been able to help underprivileged children receive an education and raised enough money to help over 18,000 children in India through his record breaking crowd in Mumbai.
On December 13th of last year, he waived his personal appearance fee and donated all the money he would have made to charity. He added 75,000 registered guests to his own guest list for the event, also in an attempt to beat the Guinness World Record for the World’s Biggest Guest list.
After just winning 6 IDMA’s this year, and previously holding the title of world’s #1 DJ twice, it’s only right that this superstar is inaugurated into the famous museum. Hardwell’s wax figure will be available for viewing in October 2016.
For more information about Hardwell, visit DJHardwell.com.
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