Justin Bieber will be forever young.
Lifelike replicas of the 17-year-old Baby singer were unveiled Tuesday at Madame Tussauds wax museums in New York, Amsterdam and London.
Bieber -- who's currently on tour in the UK -- personally attended the London unveiling and said it was "incredible to see" and joked: "I'm at least six feet taller than this guy."
Bieber playfully posed with his waxed body double, which is dressed in a black-and-red shirt and black jeans teamed with black super high tops.
"TWINS! lol," the pop star later tweeted a picture of himself and the wax model. Joined by his mother Pattie Lynn Mallette, he added "knew @studiomama had more kids! me and my mom and lil bro http://plixi.com/p/84221484."
"thanks to the fans and @TussaudsLondon for today. from staring thru the glass to being made in wax inside... #neversaynever," he tweeted again.
Bieber posed for the wax figures over an eight-month period last year, and since he modeled for them before he cut his famous locks, they feature his signature 'Bieber-cut' hairstyle, rather than his new chopper, shorter 'do.
Meanwhile, Bieber's wax likeness in New York stands alongside his pal and mentor Usher in the VIP room. The NYC Bieber statue is wearing a black vest by will.i.am and pants by Balenciaga. The clothes were donated by Bieber himself.