Pop singer Katy Perry has won a great deal of acclaim, from the Teen Choice Awards to the Golden Globes to the MTV Europe Music Awards, making her an iconic figure on today's music scene.
A talented singer-songwriter, known for her colourful and daring outfits, she burst onto the international scene with her hit song I Kissed a Girl. The wax sculpture of Katy Perry awaits at the Grévin museum!
Meet Katy Perry and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grévin museum!
American songwriter, composer, singer, dancer, choreographer, actor and director Michael Jackson is truly the King of Pop. His road to success began at age 6, appearing alongside his brothers in the band the Jackson Five. He soon become a legend in his own right, revolutionising the music industry with his solo hits. The wax sculpture of Michael Jackson awaits at the Grévin museum!
Meet Michael Jackson and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grévin museum!
Mick Jagger's passion for music began at age 15. At 19, he became one of the founding members of The Rolling Stones. An eccentric personality and a real animal on the stage, he soon became the central figure in the band. Success followed, and the world of rock was changed forever. The wax sculpture of Mick Jagger awaits at the Grévin muséum!
Meet Mick Jagger and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grévin museum!
Lady Gaga is an American singer with Italian roots. She achieved worldwide success with her album The Fame. The winner of over 200 awards, she is a pop icon who makes each of her performances a real spectacle. The wax sculpture of Lady Gaga awaits at the Grévin museum!
Meet Lady Gaga and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grévin museum!
Edith Piaf is one of the most iconic figures in French popular music. She developed her unique talent for singing as a child. She was discovered in Paris by Louis Leplée, the manager of Le Gerny's cabaret, who hired her and gave her the stage name: "La Môme Piaf". It was the start of an exceptional career. The wax sculpture of Edith Piaf is one of the stars of the Grevin Museum!
Meet Edith Piaf and more than 200 other celebrities immortalised in wax at the Grevin Museum!
Grévin, a legendary site of entertainment and illusion since 1882, is a three-dimensional reflection of our times. It is a theatrical representation of modern celebrities that have marked their epoch and participated in the making of History in both ephemeral and timeless ways. Actors, musicians, presidents, supermodels, Chefs ... Meet them all !
At the start of 1963, Johnny Hallyday was the first celebrity under 20 to be added to the Grévin museum. He went on to be depicted at various stages of his life.
Inauguration: On 19 April 1997, the Grands Boulevards were closed to traffic, crowds gathered in front of the museum, and a hundred guests congregated in the Grévin theatre to welcome the star. Michael Jackson was coming to the Grévin museum to inaugurate his wax double!
To dress her waxwork, Céline Dion presented the Grévin museum with the outfit she wore for her first performance at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.