The 25-year-old star was honoured with the figure at the museum’s London venue last week, but disgruntled critics believe that there is something “off” about her appearance, reports The Sun.
And it appears that Grande agrees, commenting on an Instagram post about the new waxwork to share her view.
The photo, posted by PopCraveNews, shows mannequin Grande with one hand in the air in front of a pink loveheart backdrop.
The singer is posing with a microphone in hand, wearing a trademark oversized jumper, thigh-high boots, with her long hair in a high ponytail and heavy eye make-up.
Reacting to the look, Grande simply commented: “I just wanna talk.”
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Fans relished the beauty’s remark, with one replying: “Girl, we all wanna have a talk with them.”
Another added: “I’m sorry, sis.”
A third had previously written: “OMG this wax figure looks like Ariana Grande … on crack.”
One cynic had joked: “Tell that wax figure to move so I can see Ariana’s wax figure.”
However, others didn’t understand the star’s disappointment as they defended Madame Tussauds.
omg this wax figure looks like ariana grande…on crack pic.twitter.com/N24UpsNbz4
— Togepi (@chikachikatrii) May 24, 2019
— Jennie Rohe (@jennierohe) May 24, 2019
Has anybody noticed the the @ArianaGrande wax figure looks like Kylie Jenner before plastic surgery?
I mean, you see it. pic.twitter.com/ORQThONV7q
— Syd Berray (@s_berray08) May 26, 2019
This is what you expect the wax figure to sound like….. pic.twitter.com/nXvvz7GEgs
— Gracie x (@graciecutter) May 26, 2019
One insisted: “It literally looks like you though.”
A second commented: “OMG I thought that was the real Ariana.”
Madame Tussauds previously revealed that Grande’s waxwork — which even comes complete with replicas of the star’s intricate tattoos — is available to see in their London branch until the end of June.
Having previously held a poll on what outfit the figure should be dressed in, with the options classic, sassy, and princess Ariana, the company shared a selection of photos to their social media page as they wrote: “You chose Classic Ari!
“Now we have her style nailed, you can see @arianagrande at Madame Tussauds London for five weeks from Friday.”
This story was originally published in the Sun and is reprinted with permission.