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Billie Eilish's Wax Figure Has The Internet Buzzing

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There's no denying that designing a wax figure of a human being is hard. We'll be honest; we could never do it ourselves. That being said, we're still happy to have a look at other folks' attempts. While some have been strikingly realistic, others have more obviously missed the mark. It's the internet's favorite pastime, so when pictures of Billie Eilish's wax figure were published online, the hilarious comments instantly flooded in...

"New Billie Eilish wax figure at the Hollywood Wax Museum," wrote the infamous tweet on Monday alongside a picture of the wax model. Within minutes, it became clear that the figure was a controversial one, with a range of mixed opinions coming forward. The majority opinion, however, seemed to be that the artwork showed little to no resemblance to the singer. "The new Billie Eilish wax figure looks like a stunt double at best lmaoooo wtf is thaaaat," teased one confused fan. "I'm calling the police," laughed another.

Billie Eilish, Wax, Figure
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Even some celebrities got in on the debate. Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause replied to the images saying, "Ummmmmmmmm, I'm gonna need them to unplug the wax-making machine for 15 secs and plug it back in and start over." Other users couldn't help but point out how the figure looked more like other celebrities, such as Millie Bobbie Brown, Madonna, and Kesha. But the reviews weren't all that bad. Some Twitter responses commended the artwork and its accuracy. "Omg, it actually looks like her!" wrote one user. "A for effort," responded another. 

This figure adds Billie to a long list of celebrities whose wax figures have caused a stir for their appearances. In February, Zendaya's wax model at Madame Tussauds in London had everyone confused over its design, with many commenting she looked like a "flight attendant" or a "Karen." In 2019, Ariana Grande's wax statue in London caused her to publicly tweet Madame Tussauds, "I just wanna talk." So far, Eilish has yet to comment on her wax twin, and with her Happier than Ever World Tour schedule booked back to back, we can't imagine she will have the time to address it anyway. Stay tuned!