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    MADAME TUSSAUDS GRANTS VALENTINE WISH - ACTION MAN BRUCE WILLIS

    ‘Last year Madame Tussauds London asked guests which heart-throb leading man they would most like to set their pulses racing in the attraction this Valentine’s Day.  Fast forward to Valentine’s Day 2011 and the top attraction made their wishes come true with a brand new wax figure of the man who topped the hot list – veteran A-list action star Bruce Willis.

    “We continually poll our guests for their views on who they want to see in the attraction,” explains PR manager, Liz Edwards.  “Last year we introduced a number of sexy ladies – Helen Mirren, Cheryl Cole and Lady Gaga – and we knew we wanted to redress the balance this year.  So, we asked the public which heat-throb actor, guilty pleasures included, they would like to see here this Valentine’s Day and Bruce Willis was the people’s choice!”

    Willis beat off competition from younger rivals including Jake Gyllenhaal and Jude Law. The pecking order of the list of ten was:

    1)    Bruce Willis, 2) Colin Firth, 3) Jake Gyllenhaal, 4) Ryan Reynolds, 5) Jude Law, 6) Owen Wilson, 7) Matt Damon, 8) Denzil Washington, 9) Ben Stiller, 10) David Hasselhoff

    So if you fancy letting yourself loose with Bruce, we suggest you make your way to Madame Tussauds for some action at London’s top attraction!

    (* Guests were asked to select from a list of ten a leading man NOT currently featured in Madame Tussauds London)



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