Madame Tussaud's has revealed some unreal waxworks in the past. But sometimes, they really just miss the mark. And unfortunately, this is one of those times.
On this occasion, the victim of this unfortunate wax depiction was pop princess Ariana Grande.
Madame Tussaud's shared a photo of the waxwork on their Instagram with the caption, "You chose Classic Ari! Now we have her style nailed. You can see @ArianaGrande at Madame Tussauds London for 5 weeks from Friday."
People on social media were quick to inform Madame Tussaud's that unfortunately, they hadn't exactly got it right.
One Twitter user wrote that the wax figure was "offensive"
This Ariana Grande wax figure is actually offensive pic.twitter.com/2m6mteqaKv
— Kelly Keegs (@kellykeegs) May 24, 2019
Another Twitter user said that the figure simply looked like her brother, Frankie Grande, but in a wig. And honestly, I can't unsee it.
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Well, now Ariana Grande herself has weighed in on the controversial topic that has the world of pop in turmoil.
When Pop Crave News posted a photo of the figure, Ariana commented, "I just wanna talk."
The SHADE of it all.