SHOWBIZ couple Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas could become the first married stars to be immortalised by Madame Tussauds.
The Hollywood actors are due to be invited to model for the London waxworks.
But they are up against Brad Pitt and wife Jennifer Aniston to be the first showbiz Mr and Mrs at Madame Tussauds.
Brad, 40, has already been cast in wax and mingles at the world-famous museum's Blush zone.
He is in the mock showbiz party - but his wife Jennifer is still missing.
The Friends star is now in a race with Chicago-award winner Catherine Zeta-Jones, 35, and her husband to be the first married celebrities on show.
Each cast costs £50,000 and four months to make but museum staff say Catherine and Michael, 60, haven't yet found the time for a sitting.
A Madame Tussauds spokeswoman said, "We have always wanted to do Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas but they just don't have the time.
"We need to measure every detail to get the wax doubles absolutely perfect and would love for them to sit for us as a married couple."
Swansea girl Catherine will star alongside her wax competition Brad Pitt in the Oceans 12 sequel.
She also plays a stewardess in Terminal, out this summer, where she falls in lovewith a stranded TomHanks.
Singer Beyonce last week became the latest star on show - mingling with Britney and Kylie in the special Diva section.