Beyoncé Coachella
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Madame Tussauds is often hit or miss — and when they miss, they receive the most public ridicule. 

So when the legendary wax museum managed to capture Queen Beyoncé's looks and essence in a sculpture, the internet went wild. Dressed in her iconic Coachella costume, Beyoncé's wax figure looks ready to perform. 

This is the first creation that matches the star's likeness, and fans were so happy that she finally had one that looked exactly like her. 

Beyoncé finally has a wax figure worthy of her stunning looks and empowered energy.

Everything from the facial structure to the skin tone to the hair and costuming is absolutely on point. Many fans were praising the wax figure artist and demanded they receive a raise immediately. The latest sculpture debuted on September 19 at the London Madame Tussauds museum. 

And, of course, she stands with the royal family at the wax museum. 

For her debut, Madame Tussauds decided to put Queen Bey on display with the royal family. Front and center, Beyoncè's figure poses with her fist held high while Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry stand stoically behind her. "Take your throne, Queen Bey," writes the museum's Instagram account. 

In the past, the iconic singer has had some less than stellar statues made in her likeness.

Especially compared with the latest, unmistakable version, the others are laughably bad. It seems like one element of Beyoncé's personality that the artists over at Madame Tussauds can't get over is her stance and one arm held high. 

One person pointed that out in a tweet: "OK, so they just gave Beyoncé her first wax figure that actually looks good (last pic) after many bad attempts, but I wanna know why all of Beyoncé’s wax figures are doing the same arm up pose?" We want to know too. 

Fans were so happy that Beyoncé finally has a figure that measures up. 

Congratulations to the team that created this incredibly lifelike sculpture. Fans pointed out that they even got specific moles placed accurately, and her makeup looks as flawless as if it had been done by the goddess herself. One person admired the sculpture in a tweet, "This is the first Beyoncé wax figure I’ve seen that actually looks like her. Congrats, took the world 45 tries."

Pat yourselves on the back, Madame Tussauds. It's about time. 

The museum deserves a standing ovation for the drastically positive improvements it made to Beyoncé's wax figure. One person tweeted a gif of Bey applauding and wrote, "U did THAT" in celebration of the jaw-dropping artwork. Now, time to give that ghastly Ariana Grande wax figure an update.