FYI, Ariana Grande Just Showed Off Her New Tattoo & I’m In Love

It’s no secret that Ariana Grande, certified Dangerous Woman, has sick tattoo game. From her cheeky Pokémon Eevee tattoo on her upper arm to her controversial 7 Rings (or rather, char-grilled BBQ) tattoo on the palm of her left hand, Grande is a literal ink icon. 

And now, in a recent post on Instagram, the rumoured Disney Hercules star has unveiled her latest new tattoo and tbh, I’ve got butterflies looking at them. 

Ariana Grande’s New Tattoo

Earlier this year at the Grammys 2020 in January (which lemme tell you, hits differently now… ), Grande wore a gorgeous grey tulle ball gown. Underneath it, she teased a new butterfly-shaped tattoo peeking out from her silver opera gloves, which, naturally, caused quite the stir on social media. 

And now, Ariana Grande has finally shown us a new side to her new tattoos, implying she could have butterflies on either arms. Behold, not just one but two gorgeous butterflies on her upper arms.

And, at the very least, they’re drop dead gorgeous. 

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If you compare the butterflies in this new selfie with the ones teased at the Grammys, you can see they’re not the same. They’re aligned differently on her arms, which puts forth the question: did she get these after the Grammy debut of her first butterfly tattoos? Were they taken pre-self-isolation or did she do them at home (by a hopefully hygienically-safe tattoo artist, as stick-n-pokes are a strong no)?

It’s unclear right now whether the tattoos on either side are related or what they mean but, historically, butterflies symbolise transformation, life, hope and change (all something we could use a bit of during the Covid-19 pandemic). 

Clean. Simple. Elegant. 

And we love to see it. 

In other news, the singer who doth declared that, actually, “God Is A Woman,” is also set to collab with fellow pop deity Lady Gaga on her Chromatica album, and, for some unknown reason, Justin Bieber for a remix of “Yummy.”

Quick FYI, if Grande’s tattoo game makes you want to give yourself some sick ink of your own while at home, please read our DIY stick and prick tattoos guide..

Julian Rizzo-Smith is a writer and producer. He also claims to be a vine historian, avid connoisseur of low-fi beats, indie hip hop and Kermit memes. In a perfect world, he’d be married to Tyler the Creator, own an Arcanine and a Lapras, and don his own Sailor Scouts uniform. He tweets @GayWeebDisaster, which is also, coincidentally, how one might describe him.

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