Selena Quintanilla's wax likeness has finally arrived at Madame Tussauds Orlando.
The songstress, often referred to as the Queen of Tejano music, is on display at the International Drive location in the I-Drive 360 entertainment complex until April 8.
According to Todd Andrus, head of marketing for all three Merlin Entertainments attractions at the complex, the singer's figure was brought to Orlando because fans demanded it.
"We are constantly bringing stuff here that people want," said Andrus Tuesday evening, the day the figure was revealed.
Andrus said Justin Bieber's figure was once the most requested figure, but once he arrived Selena was the next biggest.
The Selena figure was first unveiled by Madame Tussauds in 2015 in Hollywood. Since then, it's been home at the New York City location, according to Andrus.
While she has moved before, specifically to appear at festivals in the singer's home state of Texas, her trip to Orlando is the first time she has appeared at another Madame Tussauds location.
Selena's figure was created using photos and videos given to Tussauds artists from her family, Andrus said. She was tragically killed in 1995 when she was just 23 years old.
To honor her memory, the figure is displayed in front of a 12-minute tribute video created by fans. Fans are also encouraged to write a note expressing what the singer means to them. Those notes, currently on display at the I-Drive attraction, will be given to the family, said Andrus.
Select notes, said Andrus, will then be put on display in a museum being created about Selena's life and music career.
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