Jodie Marsh leaves fans in hysterics as they joke her 'unbelievable' tattoo of Freddie Mercury looks like CHRIS KAMARA

She's a tattoo enthusiast who isn't afraid to parade her new inks.

But Jodie Marsh's newest addition sparked hysteria among fans, as they joked her tribute to Freddie Mercury bore more resemblance to Sky Sports presenter Chris Kamara.

Taking to Instagram, the former glamour model, 40, gushed about the design which was based on the Queen frontman's 1985 performance at Live Aid, but sadly the flood of comments disagreed.

Hilarious: Jodie Marsh's new tattoo sparked hysteria among fans on Sunday, after taking to Instagram to show off her new inking

Hilarious: Jodie Marsh's new tattoo sparked hysteria among fans on Sunday, after taking to Instagram to show off her new inking

Unbelievable! The star gushed about her tribute to Queen frontman Freddie Mercury on Instagram
Oops: But many of her followers joked it looked more like Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara (above)

Unbelievable! The star gushed about her tribute to Queen frontman Freddie Mercury (left) but many of her followers joked it looked more like Sky Sports pundit Chris Kamara (right)

In the video, Jodie shared a detailed glimpse at the new tattoo of Freddie on her right calf, writing in the caption: 'And my new tattoo!!!!!!!!! It’s Freddie!!!!!!!!!!!!! Done by Georgia at @blackorchidtattoosstudio!!!

'I love him so much!!!!! It’s my favourite photo of him from Live Aid!! Love love love !!!!'

Sadly Jodie's tattoo did not the receive the response she had hoped for, as it was flooded with hilarious comparisons to presenter Chris.

A regular on Sky Sports for his football punditry, Chris is also known for his 'unbelievable catchphrase,' which many fans were quick to use in their comments.

I love it! Jodie shared a video of her new Freddie Mercury tattoo on her right calf
Throwback: It was based on the iconic singer's performance at Live Aid in 1985

I love it! Jodie shared a video of her new Freddie Mercury tattoo on her right calf, which was based on the iconic singer's performance at Live Aid in 1985 (right)

Funny: Many fans were quick to comment about its resemblance to Chris, with many also quick to use his famous catchphrase

Funny: Many fans were quick to comment about its resemblance to Chris, with many also quick to use his famous catchphrase

One wrote: 'Looks like Chris Kamara eating a Cornetto,' while another added: 'and now villa at 2-0 up, unbelievable Jeff!'

A third posted: 'Why have you got Chris Kamara?' while a fourth appropriately wrote: 'It's unbelievable Jeff.'

One fan even playfully described the tattoo as 'a mixture of Chris Kamara and Jeremy Beadle.'

Two days later Jodie took to Instagram to furiously defend her tattoo artists, admitting that while she wasn't completely happy with the design, it wasn't right that her artist was receiving so much social media abuse.

Defiant: Two days later Jodie took to Instagram to furiously defend her tattoo artists, claiming they had been bombarded with social media abuse following her post

Defiant: Two days later Jodie took to Instagram to furiously defend her tattoo artists, claiming they had been bombarded with social media abuse following her post

She wrote: 'OK we all now know that my tattoo isn't the best but allow me to say a few words if you will. Georgia who did it also did my Buddy Holly and Chuck Berry tattoos 12 years ago. 

'I'm very happy with both of these tattoos. I lost touch with Georgia and she got back in touch a few weeks ago to ask if I could come and be tattooed at the opening of her new shop. 

'I'd always told her she would have her own shop so was over the moon for her. I had wanted Freddie for ages so we agreed that she should do it. I was basing her talent on what she'd previously done for me which I was very happy with.

'Thursday night Billy was gigging in Solihull and we didn't get back to bed until 3am and were back up a 7am where we then spent two full days in Georgia's new shop. 

Truth: In the lengthy post, Jodie wrote she didn't completely realise that her tattoo wasn't up to scratch when she had it done, but she still doesn't blame the artist

Truth: In the lengthy post, Jodie wrote she didn't completely realise that her tattoo wasn't up to scratch when she had it done, but she still doesn't blame the artist

'But the time she finished my Freddie, I was absolutely knackered and in a lot of pain (tattoos hurt more the older you get!') I didn't look at it closely enough to see the faults and I had a 3 hour drive home in pain. 

'The next morning I put a video up still without fully examining him. I could see he wasn't perfect but I thought he might look better when healed. It was only when I really studied him and chatted to friends that I truly saw the extent of what he looked like. 

'To be clear, I really wanted to help Georgia with her new shop. And I trusted her to do a good job based on other tats she did for me 12 years ago. 

'I get tattooists offering to tattoo me every week and I mostly say no as I am very fussy about who tattoos me. Georgia has now offered to pay for me to have it fixed or covered. 

'It really upsets me that Georgia is getting so much stick for this. I still rate her as a good tattooist.'

Playful: Luckily the star seemed to see the humorous side, and said she enjoyed seeing some of the comparisons and responses

Playful: Luckily the star seemed to see the humorous side, and said she enjoyed seeing some of the comparisons and responses

Opinionated: Jodie also preached to her followers that they should be spreading 'peace and love'

Opinionated: Jodie also preached to her followers that they should be spreading 'peace and love'

Jodie then finished: 'She has since told me [felt] very pressured the day she did Freddie. It was the opening day of her very own brand new shop and there were journalists and photographers there plus general public popping on constantly. 

'It's not an excuse to give someone a bad tattoo and then say ''I felt pressured'' but I do believe hand on heart that Georgia is good at what she does. Whatever went wrong that day means I now have a tattoo that looks bad and that she is getting stick for.

'It's my body and I have accepted that I will have to have it covered if it can't be fixed. Yes it's important to do your research when booking a tattoo but I truly think Georgia, for whatever reason, had a bad day and I would still recommend her (just maybe not for Freddie portraits). 

'So we've all had a good laugh now. And to be honest some of your comments and photos have made me laugh out loud at a time when I wanted to cry. I'm thankful for that but I ask you now to not hate on Georgia anymore and to understand that none of us are perfect and that we do all have off days. 

'It's not an acceptable tattoo but I do know this and Georgia knows this. I do wish her nothing but love and success and I truly hope she gets back to her artistic best (as I know she can). I'm proud that she has her own shop and is a woman in business.

'It's not a great situation but at least I'm laughing about it. This hate campaign is turning into actual bullying and it's not on. No one deserves this level of hatred so please don't be a bully! Now where's Sam Butler's phone number?!'

She also wrote in the caption: 'Please read. If all we learn from this is not to be a bully then that’s a massive positive isn’t it. Peace and love.'

Loved-up: The post comes after confirming earlier this year that she is dating Elvis Presley impersonator Billy Collins Nuttall, 23 (above in May)

Loved-up: The post comes after confirming earlier this year that she is dating Elvis Presley impersonator Billy Collins Nuttall, 23 (above in May)

Jodie's post comes after confirming earlier this year that she is dating Elvis Presley impersonator Billy Collins Nuttall, 23.

The star took to social media to share a slew of selfies from her night at a tribute act in May, which saw Billy take to the stage as The King himself.

She then went onto gush about her new man after she tweeted a video from her non-surgical facial on Thursday.

In love: The star has since shared a slew of snaps with her hunk new beau, who is 17 years her junior

In love: The star has since shared a slew of snaps with her hunk new beau, who is 17 years her junior

As a fan responded by saying she didn't need to have any surgery, Jodie posted: 'Hahahahaha aw you're very kind thank you. But a little tweaking here and there doesn't go amiss. ESP when I'm dating a 23yr old haha xxx.'

Later Jodie added: 'Hahaha he defo has more energy than me. By midnight I'm like ''I need my bed'' and he's like ''let's stay up all night'' love him though. X x.'

Jodie's new romance came four months after she announced her split from Netflix film director Wayne Lennox, as she told fans the romance ended after he did 'something unforgivable.'

Back in love: Her new relationship came after the Celebrity Big Brother star confirmed she had split from boyfriend Wayne Lennox in January after he did 'something unforgivable'

Back in love: Her new relationship came after the Celebrity Big Brother star confirmed she had split from boyfriend Wayne Lennox in January after he did 'something unforgivable'

Jodie Marsh's fans joke her tattoo of Freddie Mercury looks like Chris Kamara

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