Enterteenment: Celebrity tattoos

The 'Hannah Montana' star has 9 tattoos, with 'Just Breathe' written on her chest.


January 17, 2012

Miley Cyrus — the body art queen

The “Hannah Montana” star has 9 tattoos. She has “Just Breathe” written on her chest, “Love” in her ear, a dreamcatcher on her side, and an anchor on her wrist. And that’s not it. The “Party in the USA” start has 5 tiny tattoos on her right hand’s fingers: an equal sign, a peace symbol, a cross, a heart, and the word “karma.”

Demi Lovato expresses her strength

Demi’s revealed her first tattoo to the public in June 2010 — 2 months before the Disney star’s 18th birthday. The tattoo, designed on the right side of her ribs, reads “you make me beautiful”. The phrase comes from the song “Beautiful” by Bethany Dillon — a song which Demi claims changed her life. Much more well-known to the public are Demi Lovato’s “Stay Strong” tattoos on her wrists. Demi added these tattoos in March 2011 shortly after she spent nearly three months in rehab seeking treatment for addiction and bulimia — issues she has battled since many years.

In order to raise awareness about personal issues similar to her own, Lovato recently became a contributing editor to Seventeen magazine. She discussed her personal issues as a part of a larger campaign called “Love is Louder than the Pressure to Be Perfect”, targeting teen girls.

Kevin Jonas shows his devotion

The Jonas Brothers are perhaps the cleanest boy band around. However, But 22-year-old Kevin Jonas has shown the world that he does have a wee bit of a rebellious side. How? By getting a tattoo of his wife Danielle’s name on his finger. The tattoo, which reads Dani, is typically hidden underneath Kevin’s wedding ring, but he took it off to ensure he could play in his softball team Road Dogs to the best of his ability. Kevin became the first of the Jonas Brothers to get married when he tied the knot with former hairdresser Danielle Deleasa last December.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 7th, 2012. 

COMMENTS (1)

Ali | 9 years ago | Reply

Another way to promote western culture.

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