Tattoos can be a form of artistic expression or proof of poor decision-making. Celebrities are no exception to this rule. The 8 celebrity tattoos in our list are ones you may not have noticed until now. We’re not talking about the stupid Mike Tyson face tattoo or Steve-O’s giant back tattoo of himself. These are celebrity tattoos that just bother us for no reason other than… they just do.
Scarlett Johansson may be atop many a Laminated Lists, but her weird circular sunset forearm tattoo knocks her down a few pegs on the hotness scale.
Needing an excuse to publish a photo of an open-shirted Mark Wahlberg is never passed up. Unfortunately, the rosary tattoo he has emblazoned across his chest is not his best feature. Try to focus on the abs, happy trail, and where his hand his headed in this photo:
Say what you will about Megan Fox‘s over-plasticized face and wonky thumb, girlfriend has herself a hot body and David Silver in her bed. But even she couldn’t look past her forearm tattoo of Marilyn Monroe’s face, so she’s having it removed.
There’s not much you could say about David Beckham that could take away from his man beauty, but unfortunately, his winged neck is a turn-off.
There’s a lot in Nicole Ritchie‘s past partying days that she could put on her “regrets” list, and we’re betting this ankle rosary is one of them.
The first time you saw this head tattoo on Jamie Foxx, you hoped it was a fake for a movie. But it’s very real and it’s unfortunately there on his head forever.
Audrina Patridge may not make everyone’s “Celebrity List,” but because she was on a reality show, she makes our list. Her lack of smarts may be to blame for the huge, horrendous tattoo on the back of her neck. Is it an apple? A human heart? The world? A snake? You decide.
And then there’s Lil Wayne‘s face tattoos that are multiplying like rabbits. You may catch an STD just by looking at them for too long.
Did we miss some bad celebrity tattoos you think belong on our list? Let us know!
Angie Lynch is the founder and managing editor of the powerhouse women’s literary community, Smut Book Club. She is a Native Floridian without a tan, probably because she spends her days hard at work on the magical internet. For the past several years, Angie has worked way too hard at building clout as an influencer in food and margaritas as well as being a source for laughable pop culture commentary. You can read more from Angie on her blog, A Whole Lot of Nothing.
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