Being a waxwork artist must be a tough gig. Like with any craft, the artist must tirelessly fail up until the moment when they finally unveil their finest piece, showcased for the world to see at Madame Tussauds, the Louvre of waxwork artistry.
But for one artist - specifically, the artist behind Beyoncé's freshly unveiled waxwork figure at Madame Tussauds in New York - today was not that day, and that waxwork was not their masterpiece.
When one (apparently hard of sight) fan tweeted that Beyonce's newly unveiled waxwork at Madame Tussauds in New York looked "fierce", Twitter exploded in disagreement.[ id="887436555786354693"]
Yes, this is meant to be Beyonce and quite frankly, we're insulted on her behalf (that's alright Bey, we've got your back). The waxwork looks more like Mariah Carey or say, Louisa Johnson. It certainly doesn't have the likeness of Kylie Jenner's waxwork, unveiled in LA yesterday. And this is all before we get to the issue of it being massively whitewashed. *Sigh*.
Upon sending the image around the office, comparisons of who the waxwork *really* looks like flew back - and some of them are uncanny, not to mention LOL...