In her own words ”I know that the two is high and in H2O the two is supposed to be low.” So folks, before we go any further, let’s give “X-Men: Apocalypse” some credit for admitting that she went and got herself a bad tattoo. Her new ink is supposed to be an “H2O” in proper scientific form, and it was done super faded on purpose to represent her “watered down rebellion”. However, it came out both inaccurate and way too terrible to get the point across. We doubt that she’ll have it removed, because bad tattoos get just as much press as good tattoos; probably more. Also, she can just say it’s a birthmark.
Known in the past as a bit of a wild child, it’s no surprise that Rumer Willis has a new tattoo. What is surprising though, is that the new ink is to commemorate her win on “Dancing With The Stars”. The daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis recently visited a tattoo parlor in order to have herself inkedwith an image of a woman dancing with a celestial silhouette .
The woman in the tattoo looks an awful lot like Rumer, and the pose looks exactly like this picture…
So we’d say that it’s pretty cut and dry that Rumer had the ink done to celebrate her win on the reality show with partner Val Chmerkovskiy. There’s also the fact that she said the body art was in honor of her win. We’re a real bunch of Sherlocks around here.
We know him as Ludacris, but he came into this world as Christopher Brian Bridges. He was born on September 11, 1977, in Champaign, Illinois. He started as a rapper but made the successful transition to actor. He was 18 years old when he got his first tattoo. The praying hands on his upper left arm. Below the praying hands he has a ‘Disturbing Tha Peace’ logo, which is is the name of his record company. On his right arm there is a cross with portrait of a black Jesus. Those are the only 3 tattoos he currently has. He says he would love to get more tattoos but hasn’t found the time. If he had to pick one tattoo artist for his next piece he says he would choose the very well known Mister Cartoon. Don’t miss Ludacris in the cast of the new Fast & Furious 7 film coming out Friday April 3rd, 2015.
Miranda Lambert may be the “bad girl” platinum recording artist behind country albums like “Kerosene”, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”, “Revolution”, “Four The Record”, and “Platinum” (ironically that’s her only album that has been stuck at the gold certification…also, thank you Wikipedia); but she’s also kind of a badass in real life who sports a few tattoos. The woman who tied down both the country music business and Blake Shelton (the guy from “The Voice”…and a bunch of country songs that I’ve never heard) has at least three pieces of body art that we all know of: she has that design for her charity “Muttnation” (a dog paw print design) on her foot, a music note on her wrist (her newest ink; she has it to match tour-mates RaeLynn and Gwen Sebastian), and her largest and most important; the double six shooter with wings design on her left forearm. The last one is so important because it has become her log of sorts; it’s also the only one of major substance that she has. While the others are too small to give us a real bead on her tattoo tastes, the forearm design shows that she knows what she’s doing. Nice tats Miranda!
Country singer and celebrity judge on ‘the Voice’ Blake Shelton says his tattoo doesn’t mean cr*p! “I’m just a country boy from Oklahoma” he proclaimed when asked what was his tattoo was, “they’re deer tracks going around my arm” he said they look more like Sugar Smacks and coffee beans. He says the guy tattooing him had no idea how to draw deer tracks so Blake drew a quick sketch of what he thought they looked like to use as a template. Later he got the barbed wire going around his wrist to me the deer tracks less noticeable.
You might not know her by her real name, Amethyst Amelia Kelly, but millions know this Australian rapper and songwriter as Iggy Azalea. What were the odds that a white girl from rural Australia wold be at the top of the hip-hop world today? Her debut album titled ‘The New Classic’ featured the hit single “Fancy” that became the hottest song of the summer. The single hit the No. 1 spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, Her second hit song titled “Problem”(a collaboration with singer Ariana Grande) charted at No. 2. The only other group to simultaneously hold No. 1 and No. 2 were The Beatles.
Iggy Azalea has several tattoos that we laid out below, each has a brief description and meaning of the tattoo.
“Trust Your Struggle”
While driving Iggy saw the phrase “Trust Your Struggle” scrawled on a wall. She was immediately inspired by the phrase and decided to get it as a permanent reminder to believe in yourself.
Birth of Venus
On her right wrist Iggy has a tattoo of the Roman goddess Venus. Believe it or not this is a cover up tattoo. The portrait of Venus is covering-up a flower tattoo.
“The New Classic”
Along the edge of her right hand fingers spells out “The New Classic” which is the name of her debut album.
“LIVE,” “LOVE,” and “A$AP”
Iggy Azalea has three words written in script on her fingers. “LIVE,” “LOVE,” and “A$AP”. These 3 words are the title of a mixtape by her one time boyfriend, emcee A$AP Rocky. After the relationship ended Iggy crossed out “A$AP”.
“Colour Me Free”
Iggy has the words “Colour Me Free,” written in script on her outer right foot. This tattoo is a reference to singer Joss Stone’s fourth album with the same title. The words give a feeling that Iggy is a free spirited person.
Kanye West has some new tattoos, and according to her wife Kim Kardashian, they were almost in the most awesomely bad of places. On a recent trip to London, the “Yeezus” artist and hater of all things Beck and Taylor Swift related decided to pay a 4am visit to the Sang Bleu tattoo parlor for a little body art. According to Kim, Kanye wanted to have the new ink put on his face, right up by his hairline. He even had the artist stencil designs onto him before his large bottomed love convinced him to put the ink onto his wrists instead. The final products were the birthdays of his beloved mother and his baby daughter n roman numerals, and they look great. To be honest, I’m a bit disappointed that he didn’t get his face done; that would’ve been the perfect level of insanity for my tastes. Well, he’s bound to snap and get something put on his grill someday, and now that he’s got his sweet ideas out of the way, maybe he’ll get a really weird tattoo on his forehead…a man can dream folks.
American Pickers features two guys scouring the country looking for antique treasures waiting to be discovered. Danielle Colby runs the showroom. She’s a throw back of sorts, a mix of old school burlesque with a splash of a hipster vibe. More than 30 tattoos make up her unique collect of body art. All of them are custom pieces with deep personal meeting to Danielle.
Her left arm is dedicated to her father, her son and her obsession with antiques.
Her right arm is dedicated to her daughter and her mother.
Some facts about Danielle.
– Her very first tattoo was a butterfly done in a tribal style.
– She credits female tattoo artist Kat Von D for opening up the door to see heavily tattooed women on TV.
– She was brought up in a Jehovah’s Witnesses family.
– Danielle was born on December 3, 1975 in Davenport, Iowa.
– She’s divorced and has two children, a boy and a girl.
Frida Kahlo tattoo
HOLD FAST Tattoo
Let’s add Benji Madden of “Good Charlotte” and “guy with tattoos who used to be more relevant but still has enough money to hang around fancy bars and date celebrities” fame to the list of dudes who have gotten their significant other’s name inked on them. The rocker recently got the name “Cameron” tattooed across his chest in honor of his new wife Cameron Diaz (“Annie”; “Being John Malcovich”; “Bad Teacher”), and while it’s a well done piece of body art, I’m never too huge of a fan of the idea in general.
In his defense, Madden has a ton of ink already, so even if he turns out regretting his new ink because of a divorce, at least it will just kind of blend in with the rest of his tats and make for an easy cover up. The same can’t be said for people like Dean Mcdermott, that dude has a big ole’ Tori Spelling face on his arm…for the rest of his life…forever.
So this one is a little weird. Our buddies over at www.celebrityplasticsurgery.tv report on fan surgeries all the time; this is a different idea than your standard “fan tattoo”. You see, when someone get’s a fan tattoo, it usually means that they’re having body art done in honor of someone they love; a fan surgery is usually when a fan undergoes plastic surgery in order to look more like their favorite famous face and/or body. Now this is a little weird in itself, and almost always goes way beyond the standard “I want Brooke Burke’s boobs” plastic surgery decision, but at least it’s done to look like a real person…most of the time. Some people are fans of cartoons/comics though, and that’s when these things get a little dicey. This brings us to Venezuelan citizen Henry Damon, a man who has had both fan surgery and fan tattoos done in order to look more like…The Red Skull? Yeah, he had work done and had his skin tattooed in order to look like the Nazi bad guy from “Captain America”…Before going under the knife and in front of the ink gun, Damon was actually a pretty normal, if not handsome looking man with a wife and kids…Now, according to is plastic surgeon/tattoo artist (the articles I’m reading make me think that this dude hit up a one-stop shop), Damon is still perfectly normal, because he had to pass an unnamed battery of psychological tests before going through with his procedures. Did I mention that the guy who did all of this stuff to him is a med-school dropout who specializes in extreme body modification? Yes, I’m aware that that sounds like the character description for the killer from a B-movie, but that’s who the dude is. Here’s Henry after beginning his process of Red-Skull-ification…That’s post forehead implants and eyeball tattooing, and pre-nose job; although, is it still a rhinoplasty is it’s a straight up removal?Yup, he had his nose removed. After that, he went in front of the tattoo needle again to have his skin turned red and black to better resemble ole’ Skull-dawg. He’s still a work in progress, but here he is at a tattoo convention recently…I’m not sure exactly why he’s decided to drastically change himself into the image of a hate-mongering supervillian (especially when everyone around him swears he’s a good dude), but I can tell you this much: next time someone looks at my forearms and asks me if I’m worried how they’re going to look when I get old, I’m just going to show them this dude and they’ll probably never bother me again!