Katy Perry is everywhere ...

Madame Tussauds unveiled four wax figures of the sexy singer in Amsterdam, Bangkok, Sydney and New York.

Putting together four look-a-likes at once is no small achievement, explains the museum's Bret Pidgeon.

SOUNDBITE: Bret Pidgeon, Regional General Manager for Madame Tussauds in New York and Washington, D.C., saying (English):

"Each one is styled differently with unique styling, with unique outfits. So it's really special to be able to have, you know, a different unique look for her."

The nine-time Grammy nominee's New York doppelganger is dressed in a look from her 2011 tour.

SOUNDBITE: Bret Pidgeon, Regional General Manager for Madame Tussauds in New York and Washington, D.C., saying (English):

"The outfit that we created for Katy Perry today is from her California Dreams tour. And we worked very closely with her personal costume designer to recreate this exclusively for Madame Tussauds. And it's a white bodysuit with the multi-color boom booms. It's a very exciting and it just pops."

The never-seen before figure was surrounded by two candy usherettes at its debut and then was joined by wig wearing fans.

The global tribute seems fitting for Perry, who has sold more than 50 million digital tracks and has hit number one in more than 25 countries.