Cheryl’s waxwork has been removed from Madame Tussauds amid fears "she is no longer relevant" enough to deserve the honour.
The former X Factor judge and Girls Aloud member has been attempting a comeback of late but she seems to be struggling to recapture the glories of yesteryear.
Cheryl’s most recent single, Let You, debuted at number 57 on the UK Singles Chart. To add insult to injury, the singer’s appearance as a dance captain on The Greatest Dancer on BBC One doesn’t seem to have captured the public imagination quite like The X Factor.
Cheryl’s waxwork is currently being stored in the London archives, an indignity she could never have imagined during the glory days. A museum representative said, “It isn't uncommon for our figures, as from time to time we do change who we have in the attraction.”
The announcement didn't come as a surprise to everyone
Some couldn't even get the name of her band right... FYI, Cheryl was in Girls Aloud.
@MirrorCeleb Barely anyone can remember The Saturdays tbf.
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But not everyone was thrilled.
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