Madame Tussaud’s has unveiled its waxwork model of President-elect Donald Trump. The life-like character is made entirely of wax, while the hair is a mixture of human, yak and squirrel hair. The lead sculptor said that the President-elect’s face was almost easier to make because of the character that trump shows.
President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration schedule is set, but convincing performers to be part of the show has been an ongoing challenge. Acts confirmed for Trump’s events include Toby Keith, the band 3 Doors Down, most of the Rockettes and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, former “America’s Got Talent” contestant Jackie Evanco, and the marching band of historically black college Talladega, which defied a public alumni petition to sit out.
A candy store in Des Moines, Iowa has a new product in honor of our new President. The Chocolate Storybook has released its new Trump hair cotton candy. It’s yellow, has a butterscotch flavor and can be shaped like Donald Trump’s hair.
Jerry Seinfeld is hitting the road and heading to Netflix. The streaming giant has signed the comedian to “a multi-faceted production deal.” It includes making Netflix the new home for his talk show– “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” Seinfeld also signed on to film two stand-up specials and develop comedy programming for Netflix.
A Wisconsinite and huge Packers fan is about to make his dreams come true. Super fan Ryan Holtan-Murphy is about to become a Packer. He won’t be taking the field Sunday against the Falcons but in June, when he gets married, he’ll be taking his fiancé Marie’s last name, which is “Packer.”