FITNESS guru Joe Wicks is to be immortalised as a Madame Tussauds waxwork.
The Body Coach, 33, has become a national treasure with his lockdown workouts for kids.
His popularity soared as videos and T-shirts helped raise £500,000 for the NHS. A source said: “Madame Tussauds is always monitoring which celebrities are popular and which aren’t.
“Joe is huge right now and at the very top of their list.”
The London attraction reviews its “cast list” annually and he looks a cert to be included.
Joe, who continued his classes despite breaking a hand in a bicycle crash in March, also penned best-selling diet book Lean In 15.
The source added: “It’s just a case of taking accurate measurements and seeing who can be moved out for more relevant stars like Joe.”
Cheryl Tweedy’s waxwork was removed last year after her popularity declined.
This year it was reported that Little Mix would be getting models after singer Jade Thirlwall, 27, complained they weren’t included.
The girlband and Joe, wed to glamour model Rosie Jones, would join A-listers such as David and Victoria Beckham.
A Tussauds figure takes four months to make. Each involves up to 20 artists and costs up to £200,000.
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