Sound the alarms: East coast Selena Quintanilla fans will finally be able to see her Madame Tussauds wax figure IRL.

Selena's parents, sister Suzette, brother A.B., and husband Chris Perez unveiled and presented the iconic wax figure last year at Madame Tussauds Hollywood in Los Angeles.

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This was all possible thanks to her fans. After they petitioned and requested for the Queen of Tejano to be honored with a statue, Madame Tussauds made it happen.

Now, a re-sculpt of her original Madame Tussauds figure will be on display at the Times Square attraction — and it's PERMANENT.

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That's right, native New Yorkers and tourists alike will be able to see what Los Angeles has been blessed with.

Suzette will be a part of the sculpture's unveiling on Friday, June 23.

Madame Tussauds also created the #CelebrateSelenaNY Instagram contest to give 10 lucky people the chance to be the first at the NYC unveiling and meet her sister.

The winner are going to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience and we're so happy for them (and a little jealous).

Like Suzette said at the emotional ceremony last year, "As most of you know, it’s been 21 years since Selena has been gone — but she is definitely not forgotten. And this is right here, a statement of the fact that her legacy continues.”

Giving Selena's fans the opportunity to see this significant wax figure in multiple locations across the country is proof that her legacy continues to flourish.

@tussaudsla Selena Wax Figure is in Corpus Christi for 2 days only! #FDLF

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Her statue was also in the singer's hometown of Corpus Christi, Texas but for two days only.

Maybe there will be a celeb sighting or two at this unveiling!

Last year, "Orange Is the New Black" actress Jackie Cruz shared a heartwarming message after attending the event and meeting Selena's family.

She wrote, "Selena was and continues to be, an idol for so many, especially for young girls who dreamt of being singers and entertainers. Myself included. Thank you for breaking all the barriers you did for Latinas, for women and for young girls in entertainment. Thank you for whole heartedly pursuing all your passions from designer to musician, because in that pursuit you tore down doors for many of us. Selena's life was cut short but her impact, legacy and most importantly her music will never be forgotten."

So you better book your trip to NYC ASAP!

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You already know: "ANYTHING FOR SELENAS!"