A nine-year-old English bulldog has been named the 2018 victor of the World's Ugliest Dog competition - and that's no exaggeration.
Zsa Zsa won the title on Saturday night (local time) at the Sonoma-Marin Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The dogs and their handlers walked down a red carpet, as a panel of judges evaluated them.
After her photo was posted on a pet finder website, she was adopted and lives a retired life in Anoka, Minnesota. As she sat there with her name tag and "Big Girls Drool" tag, Zsa Zsa definitely captured the attention of many spectators and seemed calm and cool during the exposure.
Mrs Kravitz, a Chihuahua, runs on stage during the World's Ugliest Dog Contest.
She was then purchased by Underdog Rescue.
Last year's victor was a 125-pound gentle giant named Martha - a Neopolitan Mastiff with gas and a droopy face. It took her family three days to drive out to Petaluma for the contest.
As well as Zsa Zsa, this year's competitors included a blackhead-covered Chinese-crested dachshund mutt and a bulldog bitser with excess wrinkly skin. The oldest dog in the competition, Moe, a 16-year-old Brussels Griffon-pug mix from Santa Rosa, California, took the award.
The nine-year-old's muscular, rounded front legs and an underbite made her standout from the rest of the crowd. Contestants are also judged on first impressions, unusual attributes, personality and audience reaction.