Can you guess which celebrities want to immortalize these not-so-lifelike statues?

THE face of Egypt’s boy king Tutankhamen has been unveiled for the first time in 3,300 years – thanks to a sculptor who worked with the late Duke of Edinburgh.

Christian Corbet used a 3D model based on scans of the pharaoh’s skull to create one of the most realistic ancient Egyptian constructions ever created.

Egyptian boy king Tutankhamen's face has been revealed for the first time in 3,300 years

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Egyptian boy king Tutankhamen’s face has been revealed for the first time in 3,300 yearsCredit: Credit: Soura Films/Christian Corbet via Pen News

But not every artist meets his theme.

Can you guess which celebrities these less-than-lifelike statues want to commemorate?

1st Wimbledon Champion

It's not former tennis ace John McEnroe, but another Wimbledon champion

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It’s not former tennis ace John McEnroe, but another Wimbledon championPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

You can’t be serious. No, it’s not former tennis ace John McEnroe, but another 2013 and 2016 Wimbledon champion.

2. “Uncanny Lucy”

This statue was nicknamed

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This statue was nicknamed “Scary Lucy” by the locals in New YorkPhoto credit: AP:Associated Press

This was nicknamed “Scary Lucy” by locals in Celoron, New York before it was replaced and moved up the street.

3. Mr. Darcy

A 12ft version of the Mr Darcy actor in Hyde Park

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A 12ft version of the Mr Darcy actor in Hyde ParkPhoto credit: Tim Stewart News

Oh Mr Darcy! A 12-foot version of this actor in London’s Hyde Park gave us a dizzying sensation.

4. Rocks great

as

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Dubbed the “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll”.Photo credit: Shutterstock

King size statue of a large rock at a themed cafe and souvenir shop in Jerusalem.

5. Destroyed by fire

Wooden creation of a former First Lady

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Wooden creation of a former First LadyPhoto credit: AFP

The wooden creation was located in the hometown of a former first lady in Slovenia but was destroyed by fire.

6. WM turn signals

Footie ace who was a 2006 World Cup winker

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Footie ace who was a 2006 World Cup winkerCredit: PA:Press Association

He was a wink at the 2006 World Cup but this great footballer has a statue at Madeira Airport.

7. Much Missed King

The most famous face in the world

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The most famous face in the worldCredit: PA

That face was the most famous on the planet, but some might say the 12-foot bust of a much-missed Berkshire king bears an awful resemblance.

8. Bad Megastar

Megastar who had a smash hit with Bad

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Megastar who had a smash hit with BadCredit: EPA

He had a big hit with Bad – and that’s the way it is. The tribute to the late megastar was erected on Fulham FC’s Craven Cottage site before it was unceremoniously removed.

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