Bullied teen becomes internet sensation after painting Michael Jackson on her CHEST!

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A teenager bullied for her love of Michael Jackson has become an internet star with her art dedicated to the King of Pop - which she paints on her CHEST.

Georgia Parry-Smith, 17, uses a mix of eyeshadows and face paint to come up with her designs and has created over 50 different chest pieces in 18 months. 

They often take six hours to create and have won her over 194,000 followers on TikTok with the King of Pop's nephew TJ Jackson dubbing her his "favourite" (sic).

Georgia, from Devizes, Wiltshire, has also recreated Van Gogh's The Starry Night and a tribute piece to the late Captain Tom, above her boobs.

The college student said: "I just really enjoy the transformation and doing something different.

"I tend to do them on evenings and weekends. 

"They can take anywhere from two to six hours. 

"It'll take a good 20 minutes for it to come off. The next day my mum always points out some black paint on my ear or something like that.  

"It can take a lot of time but I just love it."

Georgia began experimenting with make-up in 2019 when the controversial Leaving Neverland documentary was released. 

Having been a fan of the King of Pop since she was four-years-old, Georgia was taunted by school bullies after the documentary aired.

The aspiring make-up artist then came up with the idea of drawing art on her chest when she heard the Thriller singer's nephew TJ Jackson was releasing new music.

Georgia sent the singer a picture of her chest art of the Billie Jean singer   

and it was reposted by the 42-year-old on Instagram dubbing her his "favorite Tiktokr".

She added: "I went above and beyond to grab his attention and I'm glad I did as it's given me this passion. 

"As soon as I got the recognition from him I knew this was my thing. 

"I then started going on TikTok to escape how I felt from the bullying and to meet new people. 

"I really was at rock bottom and the lowest point of my life.

"I had been a fan since 2007 and to be shunned and taunted as a result of the documentary was really hard. 

"It was as though I was not being excepted for who I am.

"I do it whenever I have a bout of creativity. 

"But whenever I do feel creative I'll map it out in a white pencil first and then start on the colour. 

"It really does make me feel good and it's given me a passion. 

"I would love to become a make-up artist for an artist on tour some day. That's what I'm working towards."

She also transforms herself into stars like Freddie Mercury, Taylor Swift, RuPaul's Drag Race Star Trixie Mattel and Boy George, using make up.

To follow Georgia visit @georgia.duhh

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