Dwayne Johnson isn't necessarily someone you'd expect to strive for change when it comes to his physique, but he couldn't help but get envious after comparing his Madame Tussauds waxwork to the one next to him.
The Rock is known as a celebrity who's tall, handsome and absolutely shredded, and the waxwork doppelgänger of him at the museum in Las Vegas represents that pretty well.
The figure depicts the actor wearing suit trousers and a waistcoat while holding out a glass in honour of his brand Teremana Tequila, and images of the Rock posing next to the waxwork prove that the resemblance is uncanny.
Johnson shared a video of himself visiting the waxwork to his TikTok page, but as well as showing off his own figurine he told followers he had to introduce them to his neighbour.
The actor revealed a waxwork of Khloé Kardashian, standing alongside the figure and saying: "We kind of look cool together, right?"
After examining Kardashian's waxwork, Johnson then made his way back to his own while a voiceover explained he 'only had one note'. Zooming in on his own figure's bum, it quickly became clear The Rock is after some of the reality star's impressive curves.
Turning the camera back to the bum of the Kardashian figure, Johnson said: "Guys, can we - that's amazing! Can we add a little bit more? Give me some glutes. Some glutes just like that."
Johnson's video has racked up more than 13 million views from amused TikTok users, and his admiration of Kardashian's figure even caught the attention of the reality star herself.
Kardashian took to her Instagram Story to share her response to the video, writing: "It looks like I am in INCREDIBLE company. Yessss @therock."
When Johnson began comparing her bum with his own, she added: "I’m crying!!! @the rock.”
I can't imagine the team behind the Madame Tussauds figures will be in any rush to give Johnson's bum a bit of filler after all the work they put in in the first place, but I suppose the actor can hold out hope. Maybe he'll have to start hitting the squat rack a little bit harder himself to build up the real-life glutes as inspiration for the artists.
The figure in Las Vegas isn't the only waxwork of the Jungle Cruise star; in fact he has wax figures at museums all over the US. That's a lot of bums to build.Featured Image Credit: @therock/Instagram/TikTok