Sunday, September 28, 2008

Las Vegas: Madame Tussuads Wax Museum



whoopi


If these wax sculptures are accurate like they say they are then J. Lo definitely has a fat a$$!!!!


This muth@f*cker!


ebony and ivory


Hendrix!!


Ice skate suit wearing, Purple Rain sing, Prince...yo don't look in his eyes!!! (click here for explanation)


2pac!


Sammie Davis Jr.


Paul Newman, R.I.P.


Me and the Intimidator celebrating at victory lane...


Hardest working man in showbizness...The Godfather of Soul, James Brown...


Little Richard...



Okay this one is a little scary b/c it was too lifelike....Bono from U2...


The Real Meal...I mean Deal Holyfield


Tiger, some white guy and me...sorry forgot ol' buddy name in the middle...


Don King...thanks for the $$$...

Evel Knievel and the coolest muth@f*ker in Vegas...

M.J.


Me vs. Shaq...


I missed two layups...f**k it...I'm dunking!

taking flight...

i'm about 2" off the ground...and i still got blocked...


Hef and me...




My exclusive red carpet interview w/ Oprah...yo she was looking kinda good tho...I was checking her out...


J. Depp


Jenna Jamerson...this one isn't as accurate as it could be b/c they forgot the nipples on this wax sculpture...yea i looked...


Indiana Jones...




What is this guys name? When I was younger I used to see him on t.v. every Sunday morning right before the ABC movie of the week...

4 comments:

Adrianne M said...

u are too fun! lol
2pacs nipples look funny
and i was just about to say that Bono looked to real
i'm gonna have a wax sculpture one day!!! all give you and my sis all access pass fo-eva

D.Son said...

the Steve one is HILARIOUS, u look like a part of the exhibit it.

$HARONA said...

hey i totally have a madame tussauds las vegas photoshoot as well. i need to add it to my blog. one thing i noticed....you took that champagne bottle all the way over there by oprah from jenna jameson? lmao.

scott davidson said...

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