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FutureStarrAriana Grande Tattoo
As a public figure, Ariana Grande has the power to influence millions of people with her tattoos. We talk about how she used her celebrity to perform an act of body art on the marginalized. Her tattoos helped raise the visibility of tattoos on the queer community on both sides of the Atlantic. This is exactly what I was hoping for when I started this podcast. Not just queer-positive, but Body-Positive.
"Mille tendresse" is French for "one thousand tendernesses." The phrase appears in the film "Breakfast at Tiffany's," starring Audrey Hepburn, which Grande has cited as her "all time favorite" movie.According to the fan-edited Ariana Grande Wiki, Grande's late grandfather would often call her "bellissima." It's the feminine word for "beautiful" in Italian. Grande got this tattoo before anyone knew about her third studio album, which was originally meant to be called "Moonlight." The album, now called "Dangerous Woman," still contains a track with that name.
Grande and her then-boyfriend Ricky Alvarez posted photos of their matching "hi" tattoos on Grande's Snapchat in June 2015. The small piece is one of her most photographed tattoos. "I got two new tattoos today," Grande announced in a short video on her Snapchat. "I got this one for my friend, and for myself, because we have the same initial."
In May 2018, before they had confirmed their relationship, fans noticed that Grande and Davidson had gotten identical cloud-shaped ink on their left-hand middle fingers. (Source: www.insider.com)
Given her affinity for over-the-knee boots, this tattoo rarely sees the light of day. But Grande revealed on June 7, 2018 that she had gotten "Court," short for Courtney, inked on her knee in honor of Courtney Chipolone.
Fans noticed some ink on Grande's thigh in a photo posted of her by Davidson, but it's impossible to make out. It has since appeared in various Instagram photos, but Grande has never clarified what the tattoo is.
When releasing teasers for her "Thank U, Next" video, Grande revealed that the tattoo reading "Pete" on her left-hand ring finger had been concealed with a black heart, possibly with an arrow going through it.
www.insider.com)Grande got more celestial ink sometime in October or early November 2018. The crescent moon and stars can be seen in Grande's music video for "Breathin," which premiered on November 7, 2018. (Source:
Grande's "baby" tattoo seemed to make its debut in May 2020, when Grande posted a set of self-portraits on Instagram. Many fans immediately noticed the delicate ink, though some believe she'd gotten it many months prior.
In a photo Grande posted on her Instagram story, a faint word can be seen on the side of Grande's left index finger. Although it's difficult to make out, fans believe the tattoo spells "Cinderella" in cursive.
When it comes to understanding Ariana Grande, the secret to this pop star might be hidden in her ink. Since 2012, Grande has steadily added, and even covered, to her growing tattoo collection, using her body as a means of expressing all that she loves. From artwork that pays homage to Harry Potter to dainty details inspired by nature, Grande has covered much of her body in artwork, and this is your guide to her tattoos. (Source: www.nylon.com)