This is Ariana Grande ― the world-famous singer-songwriter, actress and new face of fashion house Givenchy:

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And this is the new waxwork that Madame Tussauds London unveiled in her honor last week:

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Now, let’s see them side by side:

Some fans took issue with the depiction, claiming it looked nothing like the pop star. A case of thank you, next?

Grande herself eventually chimed in on Instagram over the weekend.

“I just wanna talk,” she commented on a photograph of the waxwork that was shared by the PopCraveNews profile.

It’s unclear what Grande meant with her quip. She did not immediately return HuffPost’s request for clarification as to the level of shade thrown.

But many fans believed it was major.

Although, let’s face it, her waxwork was not as questionable as Dublin’s National Wax Museum Plus’ interpretation of Emilia Clarke’s “Game of Thrones” character Daenerys Targaryen.

Introducing 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁@emiliaclarke character from @GameOfThrones #DaenerysTargaryen #Khaleesi #HouseOfTargaryen #GOT #LadyOfDragonstone 🏰👸🏼🏰🐉🐲🐉🐲🐉Make sure you come and see it now!

— Wax Museum Plus (@waxmuseumplus) April 24, 2019

Or the same museum’s figure of President Donald Trump, whose hair visitors reportedly keep messing with:

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