Some people are saying the new Colin the Caterpillar cake looks 'demonic' - what do you think?

One of the most iconic birthday cakes is getting a makeover for Easter - but not everyone is a fan.

The Easter edition of Marks and Spencers' Colin the Caterpillar cake - know as Bunny Colin - will be available in stores from 31 March 2020, priced at £10, and is part of the supermarket's seasonal range.

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Instead of Colin's usual features, the Easter cake has ears and buck teeth - a look which has caused some fans to take to social media.

@marksandspencer “Easter Bunny” Colin the Caterpillar channelling Donnie Darko!😵 pic.twitter.com/gPpeLq4AIn

— David Nash (@BrimfulofNasha) February 16, 2020

David Nash tweeted, "@marksandspencer “Easter Bunny” Colin the Caterpillar channelling Donnie Darko!"

Broke: Fluffy easter bunnyFrightening the townsfolk: Demonic Colin caterpillar pic.twitter.com/emiHLNj5v6

— James Fisher (@JFishywill) February 19, 2020

James Fisher added, "Broke: Fluffy Easter bunny. Frightening the townsfolk: Demonic Colin caterpillar"

Bump PR commented, "We love a Colin in this office...but we have to admit this one is a little creepy!"

M&S Easter Bunny (Colin the Caterpillar) cake is for fun-don’t like look of it? don’t buy it-simple! @marksandspencer

— anne hewson (@AnneHewson) February 21, 2020

While Anne Hewson wrote, "M&S Easter Bunny (Colin the Caterpillar) cake is for fun-don’t like look of it? don’t buy it-simple!"

What do you think of the controversial cake?

Fans of Colin the Caterpillar can still buy the original cake and his female counterpart, Connie, in all stores for £7.