Madame Tussaud’s is by far and away the most famous waxworks museum in the world, so it’s utterly perplexing about how they could commission a new model of one of the most famous women in the world and completely screw it up.
We’re talking about Beyonce Knowles, who is probably one of the most recognisable women/people in the whole entire world, yet when you look at these waxworks below I’m fairly certain you’re going to be absolutely confused at just who we’re supposed to be looking at.
To make matters worse, not only did they screw it up once but three whole times as well. Whoever was in charge of sorting this out really needs to get fired immediately:
Whoa. Seriously would have no idea who that was if she didn’t have her nametag on. Kinda think someone just swapped the nametag and put it on the wrong women to be honest.
Who honestly comes up with this stuff and allows it to happen? Only explanation I can think of is that was done deliberately to drum up publicity about Madame Tussaud’s because nobody is talking about it anymore. Yeah, I know it’s hardly the best kind of publicity but bad news is better than no news so there you go. I know it’s stupid but I seriously can’t think of another reason for why it can be so bad. Any other ideas to explain this travesty?
For more of the same, check out this statue of Cristiano Ronaldo that looks like the head from Art Attack. How?