Marilyn Monroe Wax Statue Appears In The Lexington Hotel NYC Where She Used to Live

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  • Aug 04, 2022

Marilyn Monroe Wax Statue Appears In The Lexington Hotel NYC Where She Used to Live

Marilyn Monroe He’s back at the Lexington Hotel – or at least, a wax figure of him is!

Madame Tussauds New York is lending its iconic statue of the blonde bombshell — along with its former Yankees Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio– To the residence where they once lived together.

Suite 1806 at the Lexington Hotel was the couple’s limited-time marital home autograph suite while the actress filmed. The seven-year itch It was here that a scandalous night of hostility in the summer of 1954 caused the couple to separate, ending their 274-day marriage.

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