Diehard Justin Bieber fans are in for a treat at Madame Tussauds London thanks to a very realistic ‘wet look’ waxwork of the singer.

The figure is on loan from Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas and will stay in London until January 3, 2017.

The waxwork was unveiled ahead of the upcoming UK and Ireland leg of Bieber’s Purpose tour.

It features the singer naked from the waist up, with ‘wet’ skin and was inspired by “the jaw dropping climax of the tour,” which sees Bieber perform ‘Sorry’ as water fills the stage.

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From October 22 to Sunday October 30 fans can also buy tickets for a special ‘limited experience show’, which will feature rain-soaked dancers joining the waxwork to perform Bieber hits.

Madame Tussauds said: "The 22-year-old singing sensation's figure is topless, showing a toned torso off to perfection, with Bieber's trademark tattoos also carefully recreated and wearing drop-crotch shorts and tartan long-johns, accompanied by a white bandana.”

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Bieber kicks off the UK and Ireland leg of his Purpose tour on October 11, with four shows at London’s O2 Arena.

He’ll then move to Birmingham for two nights at the Barclaycard Arena and Manchester for a three night run at the Manchester Arena. The tour will also stop at Sheffield, Glasgow and Dublin, before he moves on to the rest of Europe on November 8.