Anna Zak and Yael Shelvia in the role of their own puppets








One of the most sought-after and famous tourist spots in Amsterdam is the “Madame Tussauds” wax museum, everyone who has had the chance to visit knows the fear that one of the dolls that look completely real, will be resurrected. Anna Zeke and Yael Shelvia, who arrived at the scene, very professionally succeeded in impersonating part of the museum’s scenery, and startled the tourists who couldn’t believe it was happening to them








Yael Shelvia and Anna Zak dressed as dolls in Amsterdam | Photo: From “Good evening with Guy Pines”, Keshet 12

Most of those who have visited Amsterdam during their lifetime have taken a tour of the famous and old wax museum “Madame Tussauds”, but probably have not yet had the opportunity to meet the names of the museum’s new wax dolls – Anna Zak and Yael Shelvia. Anyone who did meet them was in for a big and funny surprise.

Anna Zak and Yael Shelvia who will collaborate in a new and international network series, initiated by the Magic Kass amusement park in Ma’ale Adumim, will review 8 different amusement parks around the world. On the way to one of them, they stopped to visit the “Madame Tussauds” wax museum in order to stretch the visitors. They were specially made up and sat down on one of the benches in the model and fashion complex, right next to the doll of “Vogue” editor Anna Wintour, and worked on the passers-by who are other dolls in the museum.

They sat on the bench for three hours, and with a hidden camera planted in advance, the tourists who came to the place were recorded to see how real the dolls looked. The visitors, and especially the Israelis, were very enthusiastic about Anna and Yael’s dolls, and when they came to take pictures with them, they were frightened and burst out laughing when they discovered that the dolls were really the models themselves.

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