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Ariana Grande's New and Improved Wax Figure Will Make You Do a Double Take

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Ariana Grande has no tears left to cry, because her new wax figure is flawless.

A new figure of the "7 rings" singer is officially on display at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, a wax museum which features many models of A-list stars. On May 6, the museum took to Instagram to share a pic of the figure, which bears a striking resemblance to Ari. Beside a photo of the figure sporting a black crop top and skirt with metal detailing, the account wrote, "You want it? We got it. Ariana Grande has arrived at Madame Tussauds Hollywood."

Followers in the comments section couldn't believe the wax look-alike wasn't the real deal.

"swear I actually thought this was her," one wrote. Another added, "It looks SO real!!!" A third commented, "FINALLY A GOOD ONE."

The "finally" is referring to Ariana's less than accurate wax figure that first went on display in 2019 at Madame Tussauds London. While the model did rock the Nickelodeon alum's thigh-high boots, oversized sweatshirt and famous high ponytail, the face wasn't exactly recognizable.

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"Yeah this is really bad lol," tweeted one critic at the time. "The whole face is off does not look like her at all. Her eyebrows have never looked like that."

Ariana Grande wax figure, Madame Tussauds Hollywood
Ariana Grande wax figure, Madame Tussauds Hollywood

Ariana didn't love the original figure, either. On an Instagram pic of the her supposed doppelganger, she commented, "i just wanna talk."

The singer, who is currently planning a wedding with her fiancé Dalton Gomez, has yet to comment on her new wax twin, but hopefully she'll find it a much more flattering portrayal.

Check out more celebrity wax figures here.

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