National's Judith Collins, Green's Chlöe Swarbrick and ACT's David Seymour tonight joined Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Wellington's Backbencher bar, gracing the wall as the new puppets of the pub.
"It's a cross between a celestial being and Game of Thrones," Ardern said of her new puppet, replacing her previous DJ-playing Jacinda Ardern puppet.
"We can laugh at ourselves and appreciate the role we play in political history," she said.
Judith Collins said she was "thrilled" over her puppet - which reflected an eyebrow-raised Collins wearing boots that resembled that of the 'Wicked Witch of the West'.
"These boots really were made for walking," she said.
Seymour, meanwhile, said he was banking on a twerking puppet, harking back to his days on Dancing With The Stars.
"We got this, so that's like a massive, massive boost," he said.
The caricature images with exaggerated features join the previous puppets, the likes of Winston Peters and Sir Bill English and Sir John Key.
In 2012, a fire ripped through the pub, destroying former United Future leader Peter Dunne and former Māori Party co-leader Sir Pita Sharples.
The Backbencher pub is located across the road from Parliament and was the location of political TV show 'Back Benches'.