When she was a teenager, Megan Fox got a tattoo of Marilyn Monroe’s image on her right arm. She’s now in the process of removing the tattoo, and the image is almost entirely gone
When she was dating her ex-boyfriend, Billy Bob Thorton, she got a tattoo of him on her left arm. However, after splitting up with him, however, she had it removed and replaced with one honoring her children. Wise choice, Angie!
Before he ventured into acting, Fiddy had tattoos all over his body. He however had to remove them when he shifted his career because apparently, they were taking too much time when doing make-up before the shoot.
He once had his name and initials tattooed on his right shoulder and Bob Marley’s image on his left shoulder. When he was having the tattoos remove, he took his kids to every appointment to teach them a lesson! Lesson well learnt dad.
After her divorce, she had all traces of her husband’s memory removed from her body, which were three in total.
Russell Brand and his ex-wife Katy Perry got duo tattoos together. When they broke up, he had his tattoo removed. End of story
When Pam married Tommy Lee, she tattooed a ‘wedding ring’ on her ring finger. But instead of removing it, she changed it to read ‘Mommy’.
Britney had her Kabbalah tattoo removed from the back of her neck in 2008.
CHARLIE SHEEN AND DENISE RICHARDS
When the two were an item, they had each other’s names tattooed on their bodies. After the divorce, however, both of them removed theirs.
When the supermodel was married to singer Seal, she got his name tattooed on her arm. When their long marriage ended, she had it removed.
Pharell Williams is said to have regretted his tattoos so much that he once thought of having a skin graft to cover them all. Instead, he opted for laser tattoo removal.
Since her teenage years, Kelly Osbourne has undergone amazing physical transformation. That includes losing weight, fixing her hair and having some of her 15 tattoos removed. The reason she won’t be removing all of them, she explains, “Some still have a special meaning, like the matching ones my brother Jack and I have of each other’s names, but now I feel like some were a mistake.”
BY JOSEPHINE BEE