Ariana Grande's new wax figure has been unveiled, and fans think it looks nothing like the singer

  • Madame Tussauds London released images of their new wax figure that was inspired by Ariana Grande.
  • The statue, which was unveiled at EL&N Café in London, England on Tuesday, features Grande’s signature high ponytail, over-the-knee boots, an oversized sweater, and a microphone in one hand.
  • Fans on Twitter said that the figure doesn’t look like the “Thank U, Next” singer. They said that the nose and eyebrows aren’t accurate.
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Ariana Grande’s new wax figure has been unveiled and her fans aren’t impressed.

On Tuesday, Madame Tussauds released images of the statue seen at EL&N Café in London, England. The figure included Grande’s signature high ponytail, over-the-knee boots, an oversized sweater, and a microphone in one hand.

The look, which Madame Tussauds calls “Classic Ari,” was chosen after fans weighed in back in April. They were asked to select a style for Grande’s figure: “Classic Ari,” “Sassy Ari,” or “Princess Ari.”

You can see the completed statue in the post below.

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Fans on Twitter are disappointed by the wax figure and many said that the facial features, like the nose and eyebrows, aren’t accurate.

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The “Thank U, Next” singer’s wax figure will be available to the public until late June. This also isn’t the first time a statue has been created in honour of Grande. In April 2017, Madame Tussauds Blackpool revealed their Grande-inspired creation. Eight months later, another one was unveiled one at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas.

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