http://news.aol.com/entertainment/story/ar/_a/miss-england-told-to-fatten-up-georgia/20071026184109990001 NEW YORK (Oct. 26) - A British beauty queen says she was told to pack on pounds for the upcoming Miss World competition - an unexpected request, considering she's not rail-thin. "I was a little bit shocked," Miss England Georgia Horsley said Friday in an interview on NBC's "Today" show. "I don't think I'm too thin. I'm happy with the way I am," said the 20-year-old, who is a size 4. She added: "I probably would have been more hurt if they told me to lose weight, I think." Horsley said pageant organizers want "their girls to be more voluptuous and womanly and curvy, you know, rather than the stick-thin, size-0 models that you see around." "I've just got quite more of an athletic, boyish-type figure rather than the hourglass figure that some women have," said the 5-foot-8 Horsley. "And they're just seeing if, you know, I could maybe put a bit of weight on and it might give me those curves." The Miss World press office didn't immediately respond Friday to an e-mail from The Associated Press seeking comment. Horsley has little more than a month to gain weight: the Miss World pageant will be held in China on Dec. 1.