You’d know from earlier posts that I’m not a big fan of tattoo, or ink, or whatever you want to dress it up as.
Today then the press carries this;
“Megan Fox has “outgrown” her tattoo.
The 25-year-old actress had a tattoo of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe inked onto her right arm when she was a teenager. Nearly a decade later, Megan is finding the action regrettable.
She simply is no longer impressed by the artwork.
“You outgrow things that you love when you were a child. I got it when I was 18 and now I’m 25 and it just doesn’t make sense anymore.”
Removing the tattoo is an arduous process for the star. Megan will undergo numerous treatments to lift the ink from her skin.
“[The removal process] is a hundred times worse than the tattoo itself,” she revealed. “I’ve only done one [session] so I probably have three or four left.”
From another news source though
Megan Fox is removing her Marilyn Monroe tattoo because it has “negative energy”.
The 25-year-old actress has an inking of the late screen icon’s face etched on the inside of her right arm but she is in the process of having it lasered off because she no longer wants an association to Marilyn – who died in August 1962 aged 36 from a suspected drugs overdose.
She told Italian magazine Amica: “I’m removing it. It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar. I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.”
The tattoo of the Some Like It Hot star is not the first change to her body that Megan has been left unhappy with.
The Jonah Hex star – who is married to actor Brian Austin Green – also got rid of a belly-button piercing when she was 20.
She said: “I did it when I was 16 because I was a fan of Britney Spears. The only time I tried to imitate someone else.
It’s interesting that it’s only been a few years for her to realise that what you think is a good idea is in fact rubbish. but you can’t be old and wise without being young and stupid. Even to the point of the belly button piercing.
Interesting though that she does not see herself as a role model or taking any position that would not encourage others to follow her banality, then again I’m kind of sucked into thinking that having made a movie that somehow they transcend the normal, when in fact they are dumber than a blunt axe.
So there you go kids, dont do the tattoo!