One of Guinness World Records’ most loved record holders is Jyoti Kisanji Amge, a bubbly 24-year-old from India who has held the iconic title of Shortest woman - living (mobile) since 2011.
We recently visited the 62.8-cm-tall (24.7 in) lady in her hometown of Nagpur to find out more about her extraordinary life as part of Guinness World Records' brand new Facebook show, Beyond the Record.
In this latest episode, our host Asha Leo talks to Jyoti to find out more about her life as one of the world’s biggest tiny stars.
Watch the full video to find out more about life as the world’s shortest woman and Jyoti’s dreams of becoming a Hollywood actress.
"When I went for my treatment, the doctor told me that I have a limitation in the hormones and this is the reason why my height has stopped increasing," explains Jyoti. "The doctor told me that due to lack of hormones in the body, my height as well as weight will be invariable."
Although this condition makes certain aspects of life more challenging for Jyoti, who most likely will always depend on her family for care, she has an incredibly positive attitude.
"The best thing about my height is that I’ve become extremely famous worldwide. I get lots of attention everywhere I go," she says, smiling.
Over the years, Jyoti has met lots of other Guinness World Records title holders, such as the late Chandra Dangi (Shortest man ever), which she says made her very happy.
To find out more about Jyoti, you can read her story in the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame.
Beyond the Record is a five-episode show that showcases a number of incredible record holders from all over the globe, in which we learn about their particular achievements and sometimes watch them attempt a new record too.
The next episode features the L.A. Beast – a multiple record holder that earned fame for his intense eating challenges.
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