What happened to Ariana Grande’s tattoos?
Some of the “Positions” singer’s tattoos were covered up in her recent May 15 wedding photos. Other eagle-eyed fans noticed that some of those same pieces were covered for her performance at the iHeartRadio Awards of “Save Your Tears” with The Weeknd on May 27.
Tattoos that were apparently not present included two butterflies on the top of her arm near her shoulder. She debuted the first butterfly tattoo at the 2020 Grammys and went on to add a second similar design to her arm.
Grande’s Pokémon character Eevee was also missing from both her wedding day and her performance. The black and white portrait sat above his inner elbow. She got the ink in 2019 and wrote on her Instagram at the time, “I’ve wanted this for so long.”
In the summer of 2018, Grande got a tattoo on the Abducted as if by magic character, Chihiro, inside his right arm, which was also covered.
“Chihiro’s growth into a capable individual is a key factor in the Spirited Away plot movement,” she previously wrote on Instagram. “During her adventure in the spirit world, she goes from an easily scared girl with a childish personality to match her age, to a hardworking, responsible and courageous girl who has learned to put her fears aside for those in need. ‘she likes for. “
Finally, the other missing tattoo was the Japanese characters for ‘let’s sing’, which was located above her elbow. Grande got the tattoo in 2019 and used it to tease fans with the promise of new music.
See fan reactions to his missing ink, below.
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