Adrianne Lewis is yet another teenager who fancies herself a YouTube star. But at least she's an original YouTube star, in that her "talent" is her insanely long tongue. The year-old from Michigan is on a mission to hold the title of World's Longest Tongue, which currently belongs to Nick Stoeberi at 3. Well, back off Nick because Adrianne's reportedly measures a full four inches. She has yet to be officially judged, but based on the pictures that make us a touch nauseous, if we're being perfectly honest, her tongue certainly looks to be the longest we've ever seen. She can even touch her tongue to her elbow, which is seemingly impossible. Go ahead and try it yourself. We'll wait.
'watch this space'
At 4 in. The year-old from Michigan has made a name for herself on social media for having a tongue that Kiss rocker Gene Simmons would be proud of. Although she has not been officially judged, Lewis believes she has what it takes to break the Guinness World Record. The title currently belongs to Nick Stoeberi, whose tongue measures in at 3. Lewis created a YouTube channel two years ago and since then her long licker has gone viral with thousands of people tuning in to watch her roll and twist her extraordinarily long tongue. Write to Helen Regan at helen. By Helen Regan. Get The Brief. Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now. Please enter a valid email address.
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