While most people would agree that Megan Fox has a perfect body, even she couldn’t escape couldn’t escape being Photoshopped in the may issue of France’s Grazia magazine. But unlike most publications, Megan didn’t go under the digital knife to cover up cellulite or shrink her waistline; Instead, the editors of Grazia erased her back tattoo!
While one of Megan’s tattoos, a quote from William Shakespeare‘s King Lear, was shown in the picture, her other inking, a Nietzsche quote, was completely wiped out!
The magazine editors clearly didn’t mind her Shakespeare tattoo which reads: “We will all laugh at gilded butterflies,” but took issue with the words by the German philosopher, reading, “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
However, on the inside pages of the same edition of the magazine, the exact same shot of Megan is shown – with her tattoo along her rib cage still intact.
The Transformers actress is known for her love of skin art and has a total of eight tattoos throughout her body. Last year, Megan revealed that she was undergoing laser surgery to have a portrait of Marilyn Monroe removed from her forearm. “It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar,” Megan said. “I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.”
Megan Fox is still stuck with Marilyn Monroe. Or, more specifically, a tattoo of the Hollywood icon.
Nearly a year after it became pretty obvious that she was working on losing the image of Marilyn from her forearm, Fox reveals on Ellen today that she has yet to get it completely taken off.
"You are having a tattoo removed," Ellen DeGeneres says while bringing up the topic. "It's more painful than getting a tattoo from what I've heard."
"I've only done one session on it, but it is incredibly, incredibly painful," replies Fox. "Wherever the ink is, the laser hits it and it sort of pops up like little pieces of popcorn and explodes your skin. It's really awful. So kids, don't ever get tattoos!"
Angel di Maria of Argentina soccer player and play for Real Madrid was also having a tattoo on the body which lies in the hands. Angel tattoo on her just to have a tattoo on the arm of course, is the style of football players are always decorated with a tattoo on his body, almost all of his football players there is always a tattoo. Not longer deny tattoo soccer players it's a lifestyle. It's wonderful if the top players in football always garnished tattoo. Angel di Maria is no exception. Angel Fabian in Maraa born on February 14, 1988 in Rosario, Argentina, he was Argentine footballer who plays in the Spanish league La Liga with Real Madrid, but it's one of the Argentina national team players. Her Christian name El Angelito, Di Magia, El Flaco, El Pibito and Fideo.
Djibril Cisse Exhibition Tattoos on Her whole bodyCissé began his career at the age of 8 years, in 1989 as a college football player Arles-Avignon. Seven years later, he joined Olympique Nimes football academy for six months, before joining Auxerre youth team. After two years, Cissé broke through the club's first team in 1998. For six seasons Auxerre defense, he scored 90 goals in 166 appearances in all competitions. He joined Liverpool in 2004. With Liverpool, he appeared in 83 games and scored 26 goals. Cissé then loaned to Marseille. He scored 15 goals from 26 appearances until eventually become a permanent player's club. Cissé returned to play in the Premier League this time to Sunderland in 2008. He scored 11 goals from 39 appearances. In June 2009, he joined the Greek club Panathinaikos, before joining Lazio in July 2011. Cissé later joined Queens Park Rangers signed a contract with a duration of two and a half years on January 31, 2012.
Bellamy's tattoo tribute to medieval Welsh nationalist Owain Glyndwr was two years in the making and is designed around the name of his son, Cameron, which was already emblazoned on his arm. The West Ham striker, who grew up on a tough council estate in Cardiff, is a confirmed patriot. He said only last week he will never retire from international football and after unveiling the artwork, he was keen to stress just how much his country means to him. When asked, he said: 'It's Owain Glyndwr. I've studied my Welsh history and he's my hero, what he stood for and who he was. So I've had the Battle of Pilleth depicted on my arm. It's my own design, but the artist came up with his ideas, too. We sort of bounced them off each other. The Battle of Pilleth was fought in 1402 and won by the Welsh, but the English triumphed in the return leg, so to speak.
Craig Douglas Bellamy (born 13 July 1979) is a Welsh footballer who plays as a winger/striker for Liverpool and the Welsh national team. Born in Cardiff, Bellamy was the captain of the Welsh national side for four years after taking over from Ryan Giggs in 2007, but stood down in January 2011 due to constant injuries. Since making his professional debut for Norwich City in 1997, he has played for a number of clubs in England, making his name at Newcastle United when signed by Bobby Robson in 2001 and has also had a loan spell with Scottish Premier League side Celtic in 2005. On 31 August 2011, Bellamy completed a move back to former club Liverpool from Manchester City. During his career, Bellamy has won the Scottish Cup and FA Community Shield. He has also been criticised for his behaviour both on and off the pitch, but has accumulated millions of pounds for various charities and has also established a football academy in Sierra Leone.