Selena Gomez was recently photographed with Justin Bieber's name written on her wrist during a concert. So is she ready to get his name tattooed on her body like other celebs have done in honor of their significant others?
During Selena's September 10 show, she sported Justin's name written on her right wrist along with a little heart. And the tribute wouldn't be her first foray into body artÂ—Selena has been photographed with a tiny cross tattoo on her left wrist, and she recently got a temporary henna tattoo on her shoulder (it was her nickname "Sel" with a few stars around it). So has Selena Gomez started messing around with temporary ink like that seen here because she's considering getting a larger real tattoo? And is she maybe even thinking about getting Justin Bieber's name tattooed on her body?
Other former Disney stars like Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato have experimented with body art as they've grown up, and Selena's boyfriend is also a big tattoo fanÂ—he's got two tattoos that match some of his dad's body art, a seagull and "Jesus" tattooed on his side in Hebrew. So maybe having a boyfriend that's into getting inked is making Selena consider getting a tattoo of her own.
However, she might want to think long and hard before she gets the name "Justin" tattooed on her bodyÂ—other celebs' relationships haven't fared so well when they've tried to show their love through tattoos. Angelina Jolie had to have her Billy Bob tattoo removed and covered up with a new one; Johnny Depp had to have his "Winona Forever" tattoo changed to read "Wino Forever;" and Tommy Lee probably regrets getting the name "Pamela" tattooed on a certain part of his anatomy.
But maybe Selena Gomez isn't thinking about getting a Justin Bieber tattoo at allÂ—it's always possible that she was just taking a page from Taylor Swift. The country crooner has started writing lyrics on her arm during concerts, so maybe she's managed to start some sort of new Sharpie tribute trend.
What do you thinkÂ—should Selena get some real ink?
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