Ariana Grande Gets Inked on the Back of Her Neck

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It seems just about every celebrity these days are inking themselves up — and Ariana Grande is the latest to do so. The “Right There” singer — who is known for being rather dainty — inked herself with something that very much reflects her girly nature.

Taking to Instagram, Ariana shared the below photo of her new back of the neck tattoo. The photo’s caption reads: “not exactly the easiest spot to get a photo of on your own but nonetheless I am very happy. thank you again @romeolacoste”

According to Just Jared, Jr., the tattoo is of the phrase “mille tendresse,” which is French for “a thousand tendernesses.” This phrase was also used in the iconic 1961 Audrey Hepburn film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. We have to say, we weren’t exactly expecting Ariana to ever get tatted up, but this is definitely a tattoo that reflects her personality quite perfectly.

What do YOU think of her ink? Think she’ll get any more? Sound off in the comments section!

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6 Responses to "Ariana Grande Gets Inked on the Back of Her Neck"

  1. Teen.com
    MARISSA says:

    HI IM NEW SO FOLLOW ME HELP ME GET COOL

  2. Teen.com
    hehe says:

    In the video they missed Jamie Curry.

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    Sammy says:

    I like it!

  4. Teen.com
    Adriana says:

    I love it…. And she already has a tattooed heart on her foot.

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    nicole says:

    trevor moran!!

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    Rose says:

    she also got a heart on her toe :) it’s cute on her neck but not something I would do myself

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