You Absolutely Must Not Make a Trip to Visit the Terrifying New Ryan Gosling Wax Figure

Hey, girl — pass.

Guys, there are many fabulous things for tourists to do in Hollywood. For instance, you can hike the world's most glamorous trail (if your makeup is on point). You can dine at endless see-and-be-seen spots among celebs. And, naturally, you can have your fill of the world's finest cold-pressed green juice before SoulCycle. You can even, if it's your thing, visit a Madame Tussauds museum with its famous array of wax figures. You can do all that right here stateside.

So for the love of god, if you are spending hard-earned cash and limited vacation time traveling to Europe, by all means feel free to skip the Madame Tussauds in Berlin. It is now home to a thing even scarier than the stuff of Hollywood horror films: the new Ryan Gosling wax figure.

The La La Land star's new figure does look like him — but not in the sexy, sultry, come-hither way we all love. The look does not say, "hey girl" in the right way. More like, "Hey girl, I'm wearing brown normcore slacks and look half asleep and my face is droopy, as if my jaw is full of Novocaine." It's not a good look. It's not a way we want to see Ryan, and we kinda wish we could unsee it. View through fingers parted over eyes:

If you are a huge fan of wax figures (bless your heart), and find yourself traveling through Europe, we invite you instead to visit Madame Tussauds' London location, where the likeness of America's Guy Sweetheart is actually pretty hot.

Plus, you can get to the U.K. for $69 from Hollywoodand feast on the epic peanut butter toast trend while you're in London, where the U.S. dollar will get you everywhere, thanks to Brexit. So it's obviously a better pick all around. The more you know!

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