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We love watching celebrities get a look at their wax likenesses at Madame Tussauds for the first time, but few have had a reaction as funny as Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. As you can see in the video above, Faith literally grabs her face with both hands when she spots their figures.

The lifelike likenesses of the lovebirds were recently put on display at the Madame Tussauds in Nashville, and the celebrity couple mentioned they can’t wait to show their daughters … and maybe freak them out a little.

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They carved time out of their busy schedules earlier this year to undergo a “sitting” with artists from Madame Tussauds. To create the statues, the research team took more than 300 measurements of each performer, and Tim and Faith also donated items of clothing to add to their authenticity.

“Wow! That is amazing,” Faith says as she sees their statues for the first time.

“It looks just like us,” Tim marvels.

Tim’s figure is wearing his signature jeans, a gray t-shirt and the look is completed with a Shantung Panama straw cowboy hat that Tim donated from his own collection. Faith’s figure is sporting the same stunning dress she wore at the 2014 Nashville Symphony Ball.

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“That looks real! I’m not kidding. That is freaking me out right now,” Faith commented as she looked at Tim’s wax figure.

“Look how pretty your hands are,” she says to her hubby. “You look beautiful and your ears are clean.” Quips Tim, “My ears look better there than they do in real life.”

Faith comments on his statue’s realistic arm hair, while Tim notices the team even replicated his real-life scar.

“And that looks just like you,” Tim adds of his wife’s figure. “Nice butt!”

Fans can check out the new Tim and Faith figures at Madame Tussauds Nashville, which also features statues of Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus, Carrie Underwood, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Keith Urban, Kenny Rogers, Little Jimmy Dickens, Minnie Pearl, and Taylor Swift.

Deborah Evans Price believes everyone has a story to tell and, as a journalist, she considers it a great privilege to share those stories with the world. Winner of the CMA’s 2013 Media Achievement Award, Deborah contributes to Redbook, Billboard, People, Live Happy, First for Women and Simple Grace, among others.
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