'It's great to be small': 2ft tall cheerleader (who is dwarfed by the Guinness World Records' Book) is crowned shortest woman.
Perched on a pink children's chair, Bridgette Jordan's legs are left to dangle in mid-air as she stretches out her arms to go online.
Looking intently at her laptop screen, it takes her some considerable effort to manoeuvre the mouse across the matching pink table. Check out 3 more images and a video after the jump.
But it's just the way of life for the 22-year-old dwarf - who is also an all-singing, all-dancing cheerleader with her friends at Kaskaskia College.
And she now has even more to shout about - after she was crowned the world's shortest woman, as chronicled in the new Guinness World Records' Book that appears to overshadow her as it sits by her side.
Asked how she felt about her title, which she scooped from Turkey's Elif Kocaman, who stands at 2ft 4.58in, she said: 'It feels awesome.
'It's great to be small. I believe that everyone should be confident in themselves.'
Life's too short: Alongside her brother Brad, who stands at 3ft 2in, the pair are the shortest living siblings in the world