They weren’t separated at birth, but this was the very first time country superstar Luke Bryan was able to meet his doppelgänger in person.
Taking a trip to New York City, Luke was amazed when he walked into the room where the nearly-identical spitting image of himself was waiting. It all went down at the world famous Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum where Luke has been blessed with an incredible wax twin displayed for visitors.
“I never thought I’d be enshrined as a wax figure but it’s pretty cool stuff,” he confessed in an interview with the AP. “I remember when we got the call to do it I thought it would be pretty interesting. It’s a pretty intense process when they get you all measured up. You actually send them your own clothes. It’s pretty authentic stuff.”
Luke was able to greet and examine his wax twin’s likeness up close and personal for the very first time during this visit and he even went so far as to take a selfie with the waxy replica.
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The remarkable life-sized replica is currently located at the NYC location of Tussaud’s museum chain, but will be moved to their Nashville location next month. Not too long after this life-sized wax Luke made his debut in Nashville, the country singer and his longtime ACM host buddy, Dierks Bently had a bit of fun with him on stage!
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Let’s just say, there was a whole lotta Luke at the 2017 ACM awards – and we didn’t hear ANY complaints!
Check out the living, breathing, singing, non-waxy Luke Bryan meeting his statuesque twin in the video below!