The "Big Brother" star – who died last month after battling cancer – may have one of her dying wishes fulfilled with her own statue at the world famous collection of wax statues.
Jade's widower, Jack Tweed, met with Madame Tussauds staff– which already has a 'Big Brother Experience' feature - to discuss the model
yesterday (April 7, 2009).
A source said: "Jack took great interest in the 'Big Brother' feature and he and his mates took turns to sit in the diary room chair. They had a laugh but for Jack it was something he was doing for Jade. He would love to see her wish come true."
Before she died, Jade expressed her desire to be immortalized as a tribute to her sons, Bobby, five, and four-year-old Freddy. She said: "I'd love to have a statue made of me. I would like to be in Madame Tussauds."
Her publicist Max Clifford said of the waxwork: "It would be a lovely tribute to Jade."
A spokeswoman for Madame Tussauds said: "We have no final plans at the moment to feature Jade but we are certainly not discounting the idea."
"It is quite possible that she will appear at Madame Tussauds at some point, as the waxworks are made on the back of research into what the public want."
who can be seen at Madame Tussauds include David Beckham, Kylie, The Queen, Prince Charles and Jonathan Ross.