Mariah Carey takes Christmas very seriously, so when she heard there was an ornament that supposedly looked like her, of course she just had to check it out.
Unfortunately, the five-time Grammy winner didn't exactly like what she saw.
Carey, 50, was tagged by a fan who was delighted about his new ornament and proudly showed it off on Twitter.
"My husband and I exchange ornaments every year and this year he got me @MariahCarey which is very festive," the fan, named Kyle Blaine, tweeted on Thursday. He also included a photo of his gift, an ornament that pays homage to Carey's 1994 album, "Merry Christmas."
Unfortunately for Blaine, Carey didn't see the resemblance.
In a reply, the "All I Want for Christmas Is You" singer hilariously replied, "This is... Not approved" and threw in a straight-faced emoji.
This is... Not approved 😐
(But it's the thought that counts) https://t.co/wMAOBQ2BgS
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) December 17, 2020
While the ornament looks fine at first glance, a closer look reveals that the figurine's eyes and eyebrows don't match, in shape or style. The left eye is a drawn-on dot while the right is more cartoonishly stylized.
Carey attempted to soften the blow of her critique and added "But it's the thought that counts" in parenthesis.
The fan had a hard time swallowing the news that his icon didn't like the ornament and took to Twitter one last time to share his thoughts.
"Lots of mixed emotions to get so many private messages congratulating me on getting completely and utterly wrecked by MC," he quipped.
Another fan hilariously pointed out that he should be thankful the songstress "didn't go to your house and confiscate that thing right off the tree."
As for whether or not Blaine will keep the ornament now that he knows Carey disapproves of it, he admitted that it'll be staying in his collection.