A gothic witch from Lancashire will star in a major Museum of Science and Industry exhibition on the work of Leonardo da Vinci after prevailing in a three-month search for the Manchester Mona Lisa.
The museum's Da Vinci – The Genius show launched a competition in Aprilto find a Mancunian answer to the largest current European exhibition on the legendary artist, which features revealing insights into his 15th century processes.
Chorlton imposter Carol Hodge beat a 20-strong shortlist of men, women, dogs and photoshop curiosities to triumph in the online poll, posing against a smouldering backdrop with her faced caked in thick white make-up and black eyeliner, topped with a spiralling black hat.
"I want to say thank you to all the people who took the time to vote for me," she said.
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