Selena Gomez has been working her ass off for the past year, and it looks like that has taken a toll on the young starlet. According to sources, she has canceled her tour in Australia to take some time off and “work on herself” — most probably her health. Either that or she’s still not over Justin Bieber and is going through emotional issues that are making her unfit to perform.
Speaking of the Wizards of Waverly Place cutie, we hear Madame Tussauds Hollywood recently unveiled a Selena Gomez wax figure for the very first time. The museum replicated the stunning look Selena put together when she attended the MTV Movie Awards in April.
As far as we can remember, Selena wore a really exquisite dress from Julien Macdonald for the event and paired the frock with glittered Jimmy Choo peep-toe pumps. Madame Tussauds certainly managed to create a Selena look-alike (down to the tips of her hair); however, they somehow failed to mirror the Jimmy Choo heels Selena wore with the dress.
Look at Selena’s outfit and heels below, and then compare them with the ones on the wax figure from Madame Tussauds.
Selena Gomez wearing a gold Julien Macdonald dress and glittered Jimmy Choo peep-toe pumps at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles on April 14, 2013
The Selena Gomez wax figure wearing Jimmy Choo heels and a Julien Macdonald dress unveiled at Madame Tussauds Hollywood on December 19, 2013
So, what do you think? Are those the same Jimmy Choo shoes or not?
Selena’s actual heels look like they’re made of much finer (glittered) fabric, while the ones on the wax figure look like they’re crafted from a grainier (or more textured) type of material, a style that is very similar to the Jimmy Choo “Crown” pumps that you will find at Nordstrom.
Jimmy Choo “Crown” Pumps, $695
Did Madame Tussauds fail to copy Selena’s shoes, or is it just the camera playing tricks on our eyes? You be the judge.
Just so you know, there is another variant of the Crown pumps that actually look very similar to Selena’s heels. It’s also made of much finer material, though a little darker in shade: