Singer Cheryl's waxwork has reportedly been "removed" from London attraction Madame Tussauds amid fears the star is "no longer relevant".
Bosses are apparently worried that visitors "have no interest" in seeing the figure of Cheryl.
The mum of one is currently a dance captain on the BBC's The Greatest Dancer.
A rep from Madame Tussauds told The Sun that it "isn't uncommon" to take the figures off display.
They said: "Our Cheryl figure is currently being stored in the London archives."
Our Cheryl figure is currently being stored in the London archives. This isn’t uncommon for our figures, as from time to time we do change who we have in the attraction.
They added: "This isn’t uncommon for our figures, as from time to time we do change who we have in the attraction."
They also said they are "constantly" reviewing the figures they have on display.
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The spokesperson added: "We are constantly reviewing our collection of figures to best represent what our visitors want to see."
However, fans are already missing the former X Factor star's waxwork being on display. One tweeted using the hashtag #BringBackCheryl.
— Cheryl Daily (@CherylDaily) August 14, 2019
— CC ⚡️ (@Crawford2k9) August 14, 2019
Cheryl's wax figure was first unveiled back in 2010, wearing a long, red Jean-Paul Gaultier dress that she had previously worn for Fashion Aid.
The pop star's figure has undergone several style changes over the years.
It was last updated back in 2014, with Cheryl last wearing black trousers and a glittery top, with her hair in an elegant up do.
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