Selena Gomez's new waxwork has been unveiled in Berlin, but it has already been criticised for ageing the star.
The life-size wax statue of the actress-singer, dressed in a sheer shirt and leather hotpants, was revealed at Madame Tussauds in the German capital.
Twenty artists worked for four months to create the figure of the 22-year-old star, which was previously on show at the museum's New York location, but people have been less than impressed with its powdery and washed out complexion, reported the Daily Mail.
Selena, who performed her new single The Heart Wants What It Wants at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles, made no mention of the new waxwork on Twitter.
Instead, she posted a number of Thanksgiving messages, photos and videos.
"Thankful for my forever crazy family," she wrote alongside a picture of her and her siblings.
She also shared an image of her with her friends, with the caption: "Also thankful for my LA family. ☺️ so blessed to have so many people I can love on and have by my side. God bless everyone!"