When celebrity tattoos go very wrong

Some super fans are determined to express their devotion through body art, but this woman was surely regretting her life choices after having Drake etched on to her forehead. Photo / Instagram
Some super fans are determined to express their devotion through body art, but this woman was surely regretting her life choices after having Drake etched on to her forehead. Photo / Instagram

Tats are not everyone's cup of tea at the best of times, let alone when super-fans take their devotion to the next level.

For some, an inking in homage to their idol is deemed an appropriate measure of their level of devotion to their favourite star.

Ryan Gosling ended up looking unfortunately cross-eyed in this fan's tattoo. Photo / Instagram
Ryan Gosling ended up looking unfortunately cross-eyed in this fan's tattoo. Photo / Instagram

While one person looks stoked with a cross-eyed portrait of actor Ryan Gosling forever engraved on their leg another opted for a permanent placing of Donald Trump's face and the year '2016' - regardless of whether he takes out the election.

This Donald Trump fan will have a permanent reminder, even if he doesn't win the election. Photo / s*** tattoos Instagram
This Donald Trump fan will have a permanent reminder, even if he doesn't win the election. Photo / s*** tattoos Instagram

One man spent almost $5500 on tattoos of Miley Cyrus - he now regrets the decision after Cyrus labelled the tattoos 'creepy' in an interview.

Carl McCoid, 42, has 29 tattoos dedicated to the popstar all over his body.

One can only imagine Shia LaBeouf would think to hear a fan has inked a drawing of the actor with a much larger nose and the writing 'Shiya Laboof'.

Spelling is an essential skill for a tattoo artist as this inking of actor Shia LaBeouf proves. Photo / melissafossedunne Instagram
Spelling is an essential skill for a tattoo artist as this inking of actor Shia LaBeouf proves. Photo / melissafossedunne Instagram

Even worse, one tattooist incorrectly captioned an impressive representation of Jimi Hendrix as Bob Marley.

One tattooist incorrectly captioned an otherwise impressive representation of Jimi Hendrix as Bob Marley. Photo / jordyrumrill Instagram
One tattooist incorrectly captioned an otherwise impressive representation of Jimi Hendrix as Bob Marley. Photo / jordyrumrill Instagram

At least the Elvis fan who went for a tattoo ended up with his name spelt correctly.

This representation of Elvis was completely unrecognisable as the handsome star. Photo / elvisrockysly Instagram
This representation of Elvis was completely unrecognisable as the handsome star. Photo / elvisrockysly Instagram

There's an open-mouthed Chris Brown and a depiction of Angelina Jolie - which look like something out of a horror film.

Angelina Jolie has been made to look like something out of a horror film. Photo / s*** tattoos Instagram
Angelina Jolie has been made to look like something out of a horror film. Photo / s*** tattoos Instagram

It's not just celebrities though who find themselves immortalised in ink-form.

A McDonald's customer celebrated their love for the fast food joint by having a till receipt for burgers and McFlurries tattooed on their forearm.

One McDonald's customer opted for a unique way to celebrate their love of the fast food joint by having a till receipt for burgers and McFlurries tattooed on their forearm. Photo / Sabelink Tattoo
One McDonald's customer opted for a unique way to celebrate their love of the fast food joint by having a till receipt for burgers and McFlurries tattooed on their forearm. Photo / Sabelink Tattoo

- NZ Herald

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