Cyrus Says: "People Do F***Ed-Up S***"
Miley Cyrus proves to the world once again that her idea of fun is a little different from everyone else's...
Miley Cyrus has added another tattoo to her collection, this time during an interview.
She is proving yet again that she is a wild one. During an interview with Rolling Stone, she decided to get inked. Why? She wanted to do ''something fun.''
The singer commemorated her first ever Rolling Stone cover by getting the words "Rolling $tone" on her feet. "Rolling" on her right foot and "$tone" on her left... ouch!
Cyrus appears naked in the swimming pool and licking her shoulder on the magazine's cover.
The "We Can't Stop" singer took Rolling Stone's contributing editor Josh Eells to a tattoo parlor as an attempt to do something fun together.
Cyrus later explained to the publication how the idea came to her, saying, "I thought about going to play laser tag, but laser tag sucks."
"And we could have gone bowling, but what are we, 90?"
Cyrus then decided to share the image of her new ink with her fans on Instagram, posting the photo with the caption "#rattatattat @RollingStone (sic)"
Well, whether getting inked on your feet is fun or not, it is certainly not Cyrus' first tattoo! The star started her collection at age 17 and has added numerous pieces during the years.
Some of her more notable pieces include a quote that reads, "So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat'' and the words ''just breathe."
Other tattoos range from skulls on her ankles, anchors on her wrists, a dreamcatcher on her shoulder, Roman numerals VIIXCI that symbolize the date her parents met and a Hindu om symbol.
Cyrus also has managed to persuade other people to get tattoos in her honor. She said during the interview, "People get tattoos of the most f***ed-up s***. Did you know Alec Baldwin has Hannah Montana's initials tattooed on him? No, wait — Stephen Baldwin."
"He said he was my biggest fan, and I told him my biggest fans have tattoos. So he got tattooed on his shoulder."
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