Madame Tussauds Sydney has joined forces with some of Sydney’s influencers to launch a series of interactive TikTok challenges for visitors to replicate with the stars.
Starting on September 25, @TussaudsSydney on TikTok will feature influencers setting six TikTok challenges for guests to replicate, recreate or duet in various zones.
Across the attraction, visitors and TikTok users will also be able to scan QR codes for influencer-led tutorials on each of the challenges, which are as follows:
Fashion Challenge – model Lyndl Kean (@lyndlkean) shows users how to get attention and walk the Madame Tussauds Sydney runway with a slow-motion effect.
Music Challenge with dancer/actor Marlon Woods
Party Challenge – comedian Christine Abadir (@christineabadir) dares users to creatively pose with as many celebrities as they can in 15 seconds within the ‘A-List Zone’.
Music Challenge – dancer and actor Marlon Woods (@marlonwoods_) takes visitors step-by-step through a routine to Katy Perry’s ‘California Girls’ in the ‘Music Zone’.
Sport Challenge – former Olympian Sonny Webster (@sonnywebstergb) teaches users to pose like iconic athletes including Layne Beachley and Tim Cahill in the ‘Sport Zone’.
Film Challenge with actor Caitie Browne
Film Challenge – actor Caitie Browne (@caitiebrowne) will demonstrate the art of transitions while searching for Grease’s Sandy in the ‘Film Zone’.
All Access Challenge – Madame Tussauds Sydney’s viral star Rhys Phillips asks guests to answer the question ‘who do you rather’ across multiple zones.
“It’s a whole new way of experiencing and interacting with Madame Tussauds Sydney, the ultimate TikTok playground, for our guests and content creators,” said Richard Dilly, general manager of Madame Tussauds Sydney.
“We can’t wait to see you all at these school holidays and completing the challenges on TikTok,” he added.
Fashion Challenge with model Lyndl Kean
Visitors who take part in Madame Tussauds Sydney’s TikTok challenges will be entered to win one of six Merlin Annual Passes. One winner will be chosen from each category on October 31.
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence also launched on TikTok during the coronavirus pandemic, sharing videos of classic artworks dancing to modern music.