"A week ago, we unveiled the Dwayne Johnson waxwork and we got a surprise when we put him under the lights," Yves Delhommeau, the museum's managing director, said in an Oct. 25 Instagram video. "His skin tone seemed too pale. And suddenly we realized, we might have got it wrong."
Referring to the "widespread attention" his initial replica received on social media, the director explained the team went back to work on "this amazing waxwork, so that it better represents him."
In case you haven't had a chance to do a double take, Dwayne previously weighed in on the statue aimed to be his likeness after its unveiling, addressing the chatter head-on.
"For the record, I'm going to have my team reach out to our friends at Grevin Museum, in Paris France so we can work at 'updating' my wax figure here with some important details and improvements, starting with my skin color," he wrote, in part, in an Oct. 22 Instagram post, "And next time I'm in Paris, I'll stop in and have a drink with myself."
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Shortly after the retired wrestling pro shared his take, the museum confirmed they would, indeed, update his likeness, telling Deadline in an Oct. 23 statement, "Dwayne Johnson is right and we noticed it and will obviously remedy it as quickly as possible and send him new photos once completed."
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