This Lady Gaga Wax Figure Gone Wrong Is a Horrifying Sight, Perfect for Halloween

This Lady Gaga Wax Figure Gone Wrong Is a Horrifying Sight, Perfect for Halloween

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Images of a horrifying Lady Gaga wax figure gone wrong have surfaced online and gone viral, just in time for Halloween. The figure is on display at a museum in Lima, Peru, and it’s so bad it could be a put in a haunted house used to scare children.

“It’s a wax sculpture of an alien cockroach that murdered Lady Gaga and is wearing her skin,” one user tweeted.

Jezebel reports: “The name of the museum is not confirmed, but blogs have identified the source as a museum in Lima, Peru. Further evidence of the museum’s collection can be found here, with equally transcendental abstractions of subjects like Marilyn Monroe and Miley Cyrus. Shakira could be a workable Lindsay Lohan.”

At least now we have an idea what we may be at Halloween.

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This isn’t the first time a mom and pop wax museum has butchered Gaga’s likeness to a terrifying degree, as another Twitter user pointed out.

Gaga’s likeness must be hard to get, as only Madame Tussauds has been able to come close. We’re curious as to why she has been so hard for others to copy.

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Back in 2010, the star made her waxwork debut  in eight different costumes and eight different place at the same exact time. Gaga became the star attraction at Madame Tussauds outposts in London, New York, Las Vegas, Hollywood, Amsterdam, Berlin, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Take a look at of these Lady Gaga wax figures at Madame Tussauds:

Sydney: Poker Face Lady Gaga Wax Figure

London: Telephone Lady Gaga Wax Figure

Los Angeles: Bad Romance Lady Gaga Wax Figure

New York: Spikey Lady Gaga Wax Figure

 Hong Kong: Harlequin-Inspired Lady Gaga Wax Figure

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