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Kylie Jenner Says She 'Fooled Everyone,' Reveals New Madame Tussauds Wax Figure

Kylie Jenner Says She 'Fooled Everyone,' Reveals New Madame Tussauds Wax Figure

Her other sister Khloe Kardashian felt left out of the family Facetime scenario, and couldn't help writing on Kylie's picture: "You didn't FaceTime me".

The outpouring of anger actually sprouted from a compliment, as one Twitter user posted an image of the figure with the caption, "Beyonce wax figure at @MadameTussauds is FIERCE!"

At first glance, it looks like Kylie Jenner is posing on the red carpet with a BFF that casts a striking resemblance to her.

Kylie sat for two hours as Madame Tussauds' artists took 250 measurements to create the likeness - a session that will be revealed on her forthcoming reality series Life of Kylie.

Later on in the evening, Kylie apparently chose to use her likeness, bearing such an uncanny resemblance, in order to play a prank on the rest of her famous family.

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"It's me! This is insane!" she gushed when the curtains lifted. "This is so creepy", she said in one video.

The inspiration for the figure was Jenner's look from the Manus x Machina-themed Met Gala in 2016. "I donated the actual dress I wore to the Met so you can come see it". That's right. The people at Madame Tussauds were like, who should we make a wax figure of now?

Lighten up, Beyonce fans; Madame Tussauds isn't out to malign your hero.

Apparently, this sad excuse for a wax figure isn't an isolated incident. See more photos of her new "twin" in the gallery - below!