Michael Jackson's daughter is so dedicated to Oxfordshire band Radiohead that she has tattoos of their lyrics on her arms.

Paris Jackson, 25, is a singer, model and actress who loves the progressive rockers.

Her Instagram handle is 'Mediocre Thom Yorke impersonator' and she has tattoos featuring lyrics from Radiohead's 1995 studio album The Bends.

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On one arm is tattooed 'blame it on the falling sky' from Black Star while 'They dug me my very own garden Gave me sunshine, made me happy' is tattooed on the other.

Oxford Mail: Paris JacksonWhile The Bends in Ms Jackson's favourite Radiohead album the follow-up album Ok Computer comes a close second.

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She told Grazia magazine: "Everybody takes from something else. Every artist gets inspiration from something else.

"There's a way to take it and turn it into something original. And then some people just rip off other artists."

She is hoping to have her album finished by the end of the year.

When asked to name one performer who has never looked better on stage, Ms Jackson mentions her dad.

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She added: "That is something that every brand I've seen has taken inspiration from, as well as every big artist.

"Very innovative - I'd never seen anything like that before him. And since, I've seen it everywhere."

Oxford Mail: Michael Jackson visited the Oxford Union in March, 2001.

Fans waited for hours in the rain for a glimpse of their idol, who agreed to give a talk to 500 people about child welfare.

The same year, in July, an estimated 40,000 fans packed into South Park to see local boys Radiohead perform a memorable homecoming set.

The band, who met at Abingdon School in the mid-80s and went on to make bestselling albums including The Bends and OK Computer, were keen to play in their own back yard.

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Following negotiations with the city council, it was agreed they could play South Park and preparations were made for the gig on July 7.

Oxford Mail: Thom Yorke of RadioheadThe support on the bill was an eclectic mix - Supergrass, Beck, jazz trumpeter Humphrey Lyttleton and The Rock of Travolta.

The Oxford Mail broke the news of the concert in February of that year when a local government reporter spotted in council documents that Radiohead planned to pay the city council for the hire of the park.

Promoters pledged to pay the council £25,000 for the day and the figure showed up in the council accounts.

Excitement grew when ticket sales were announced and there were queues outside the Zodiac nightclub on Cowley Road, now the 02 Academy Oxford, when they went on sale.

The capacity for the concert was supposed to be 35,000 but attendance may have been closer to 40,000.

Radiohead performed a storming two-hour set although at one point singer Thom Yorke confessed to being a little nervous.

Radiohead's last studio album, A Moon Shaped Pool, was released in 2016.

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