An imaginative London artist has jumped on the World Cup bandwagon and turned herself into a human replica of the famous trophy.
Emma Allen, 33, posted a photo of herself covered in gold body paint with her hands over her face to mimic the design. Beat that for fancy dress.
In just 24 hours, her picture has attracted more than 500,000 web views with former England footballer Ian Wright among those to compliment her.
“You’re awesome! I bow to your gift :)” he wrote on Twitter, before making the image his profile picture.
Allen spent two-and-a-half hours transforming herself in front of a mirror in her Elephant and Castle flat, before posing for a selfie.
She wore a swimming cap to make her head look like the eath and painted the intricate detail on with different shades of gold.
The black background was created by painting her arms black and propping herself against a black pillow.
World Cup 2014: Street art in Brazil
World Cup 2014: Street art in Brazil
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Paulo Ito's mural of a starving, crying child with only a football on his dinner plate serves to highlight the vast expense of hosting the World Cup
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Brazil's World Cup street art ranges from the positive to the darkly political
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Famous footballers from across the world adorn Brazil's walls
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Brazilian artist Jambeiro paints a graffiti in reference to the 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro
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A child looks out from the window of his home painted with graffiti by members of OPNI, in reference to the 2014 World Cup, in the Vila Flavia slum of Sao Paulo. The OPNI , a Portuguese acronym which means "Unidentified Graffiti Artists", was formed in 1997 as a means of transforming the streets in the slums into an open-air gallery where the group could express their gripes while also denouncing what they perceive as social injustice. Graffiti artists in Sao Paulo are using their art to take jabs at the establishment they believe have engaged in gross overspending in preparation for this year's World Cup in Brazil
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A woman walks past a street wall decorated with graffiti referencing the 2014 World Cup in the neighborhood of Ceilandia in Brasilia
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Children play soccer in a street decorated with graffiti of Brazil's national soccer players, referencing the 2014 World Cup, in the neighborhood of Ceilandia in Brasilia
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Felipe Francisco (L) plays soccer with Thiago Assis (R) in a street decorated with a graffiti of Brazil national soccer players referencing the 2014 World Cup in the neighborhood of Ceilandia in Brasilia
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A girl plays soccer in front of graffiti created by acclaimed local graffiti artist Acme in the pacified Pavao-Pavaozinho community in Rio de Janeiro
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A graffiti depicting Brazilian football fans in Rio de Janeiro
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A graffiti depicting 'Fuleco', the mascot of the Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup, at the Maracana tube station, next to the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro
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An artist works on a graffiti in celebration of the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 at Congonhas airport in Sao Paulo
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A graffiti depicting Brazilian football player Cafu, painted by Brazilian street artist Paulo Consentino in celebration of the FIFA 2014 World Cup, is seen on a perimeter wall of the Congonhas airport in Sao Paulo
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A graffiti referring to the 2014 World Cup is seen in Rio de Janeiro
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Kids play soccer in front of a graffiti mural created by acclaimed local graffiti artist Acme which honors deceased dancer Douglas Rafael da Silva Pereira, in the pacified Pavao-Pavaozinho community in Rio de Janeiro
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Artist Jambeiro (44) speaks next to one of his works, a graffiti depicting recent protests against the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 in Rio de Janeiro
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Allen, who admits to not being much of a football fan, was drawn to the idea because the World Cup trophy is such an iconic symbol around the world.
“I wanted to try and see if I could represent it in a face paint,” she said. “It’s been interesting to see all the different interpretations of the picture.
“The hardest thing was getting my arms and hands in the right position. I took a lot of pictures before settling on the final one.”