Beyoncé’s new wax statue makes its debut but is being compared to actress Leah Remini, who seems flattered by the comparison. A new wax statue of the renowned singer at Madame Tussauds Blackpool is going viral, but more for its resemblance to Leah Remini than Beyoncé. Here’s how Leah has reacted to it.
Read on to learn more about Beyoncé’s new wax statue being compared to Leah Remini.
Beyoncé’s new wax statue debuts at Madame Tussauds Blackpool
With Madame Tussauds’ wax statue collection featuring numerous replicas of stars, this Thursday marked the debut of a new wax statue of Beyoncé at Madame Tussauds Blackpool in Blackpool, England. However, upon the unveiling of the replica of the Renaissance singer, fans were left unconvinced by its resemblance.
Though fans believed the new wax statue of Beyoncé didn’t resemble the singer, they drew comparisons to Leah Remini instead. This made the actress feel complimented by the comparison. Here’s what she said about the tweets making the comparison to her.
I am screaming! And loving all the tweets!— Leah Remini (@LeahRemini) February 8, 2024
This perimenopausal woman will take any and all comparisons to the beautiful Beyoncé! https://t.co/d8qVR90tcQ
Lean Remini compared with Beyoncé’s new wax statue
The moment fans caught a glimpse of Beyoncé’s new wax statue at Madame Tussauds Blackpool recently, they quickly noticed its resemblance to Leah Remini rather than Beyoncé herself. Fans took to social media to react to this observation as well.
One of the users wrote, “This was Beyoncé’s ‘Leah Remini’ era”. Many such tweets were posted on X. Meanwhile, a user even slammed the wax statue of Beyoncé for not resembling her, as it wrote “Who is this???? Bc it’s NOT a reflection of Beyoncé…y’all wrong for this!”.
Actress Leah Remini reacts to being compared with Beyoncé’s new wax statue
While some fans believed Beyoncé’s new wax statue looked like Leah Remini, the actress was happy to receive that compliment from fans. On X, she reacted to it, saying “I am screaming” and added “loving all the tweets!”
Moreover, this isn’t the first time that wax statues of stars have been criticized for their lack of resemblance to the celebrities they portray. Some time ago, Dwayne Johnson also expressed the need for improvement in his wax statue at the Grévin Museum in Paris.
Lil Wayne commented on his wax statue at the Hollywood Wax Museum, writing on X, “Sorry wax museum, but that (expletive) ain’t me!”
Sorry wax museum but dat shit ain’t me!— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) October 23, 2023
You tried tho and I appreciate the effort.