YOU would ‘knot’ want to try this at home.
Bending and stretching themselves beyond what should be possible, contortionists Pixie Le Knot and Oohla Lowri somehow manipulate their flexible frames into a tiny storage locker.
The pair performed their double-act in Fulham Broadway on Monday to demonstrate a new range from Access Self Storage, in Effie Road.
By lying on their front and bending their back so their legs flipped back over their heads, they squeezed into a number of different-sized lockers, the smallest of which was just 56cm.
Pixie, 25, whose real name is Jennifer Keith, made her name on last year’s Britain’s Got Talent and most recently made a guest appearance on TV show Game of Thrones, as well a role in the film, The Devil inside. Lowri, a trained gymnast, is another of the country’s up-and-coming stars and has performed at a variety of top shows, including at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Pixie’s unusual talents have taken her around the world and she has performed in New York, Singapore, India, Dubai, France, Geneva and Monaco since turning professional six years ago.
"If somebody had told me I’d be making a living at this – let alone appearing in a major film, a TV series and commercials – I wouldn’t have believed it," said Jennifer, who says she was always bendy, but has to train hard to maintain her level of flexibility.