Looks like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s newest wax figure didn’t have the time to bake.
A sculpture of the “Fast X” actor, 51, has been unveiled at the Grévin museum in Paris — but it has fans scratching their heads.
The statue doesn’t quite resemble Johnson, with its very pale complexion and off-center facial features.
Of course, the action star’s followers gave their two cents and hilariously dragged the figure by its seemingly not-yet-finished wax feet.
“They forgot to bake at 400°F for 10 mins until golden brown,” a fan wrote on social media. “They whitewashed the Rock.”
Others compared the waxwork to Mr. Clean and Johnson’s “Fast” co-star Vin Diesel.
“When The Rock and Vin Diesel had a kid,” someone guffawed.
Another person chimed in: “Horrible representation of this man, and so disrespectful that you took away from who he really is to keep whiteness in play because it’s too fragile for your reality!”
“That’s Dwayne the pebble,” a user added. “When you order The Rock off Wish.com,” another said.One fan joked: “He look like he bout to clean somebody house.”
Johnson isn’t the only celebrity whose wax figure has been roasted online. Members of the royal family such as the late Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Kate Middleton have fallen victim to wacky wax sculptures.
The Madame Tussauds in Blackpool, England, unveiled its Queen Lizzie statue in October 2021.But her beloved corgis, sculpted alongside the monarch, stole the show — even making a little (fake) mess on the royal red carpet.
Over the course of her long life, 23 waxworks were created of her, starting in 1928 when she was 2 years old.The Polonia Wax Museum in Krakow, Poland, caught flak earlier this year when its castings of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went viral.
Their less-than-flattering wax “look-alikes” featured Middleton with a very large forehead and brown hair while William was depicted looking very glossy and too tan.