Ariana Grande, fans react to questionable wax figure of the singer

(L-R): The real Ariana Grande and Madame Tussauds London's wax figure of Ariana Grande. Getty Images

Ariana Grande and her fans were left confused after a new wax figure of the NASA singer was unveiled.

On May 21, Madame Tussauds London announced that the new wax figure of Grande would be on display for five weeks and posted some photos of the wax singer.

“I just wanna talk,” the 25-year-old pop star commented on a picture of her wax figure posted by another Instagram account.

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Madame Tussauds London previously asked Twitter users to help determine which style to use for the new Grande figure. They were given the options “Classic Ari,” “Sassy Ari” or “Princess Ari.”

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The winning option was “Classic Ari,” which included an oversized sweatshirt, over-the-knee boots and Grande’s classic high ponytail.

“Marking the first time the Grammy Award winner’s figure will appear at Madame Tussauds’ flagship London location, fans were asked to decide which famous Ariana look the figure should rock for the five-week residency,” the official museum website read. “Perhaps unsurprisingly, the winning vote sees Ariana’s figure styled in the Thank U, Next singer’s trademark oversized jumper, statement over-the-knee boots and signature ponytail, complete with braids and hair rings.”

Ariana Grande’s wax figure is unveiled at Madame Tussauds, London. (Photo by Ian West/PA Images via Getty Images).

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Grande’s fans seemed to agree with her and began to tweet about how the wax figure doesn’t resemble the Break up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored singer.

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Representatives for Madame Tussauds have not responded to the criticism.