Kelly Osbourne has undergone her third laser tattoo removal, and calls the trend for body inkings "ridiculous".
Kelly Osbourne says that tattoos are a form of justifying the “ridiculous things we do in life”.
The violet-haired TV star shared her thoughts with fans as she underwent her third laser tattoo removal surgery.
The star has various inkings over her body, including a heart lock with the word Daddy above it on her arm and skull and crossbones on both of her feet.
“As humans we fill our conscience with clichés to selfishly justify the ridiculous things we do in life… Such as getting stupid tattoos. I have now undergone my third laser tattoo removal.
“All day I have found myself saying ‘no pain no gain’ or ‘pain is beauty!’ however the bigger lesson I have taken away from this horrendously painful experience is THINK BEFORE YOU INK!… (sic),” Kelly posted on her website.
She also uploaded a photo of her arms, both covered in bandages, to demonstrate her point further.
Kelly, 29, who has previously admitted that she wasn’t happy with all of her tattoos, has advised youngsters not to get any as it’s something they may come to regret.
Kelly’s dad, rocker Ozzy Osbourne, is also covered in body art and has dragons, skulls and portraits all over his skin.
Kelly also wanted to point out that people should take the time to think things through in life, as humans are prone to changing their minds.
“Furthermore think before you make ANY permanent decision because its ok to change your mind before its too late! (sic),” she enthused.
Kelly is currently shooting Sharknado 2 with Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and Billy Ray Cyrus.
The film is the follow up to the 2013 original, about a rogue group of sharks that stalk a waterlogged Los Angeles.
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Wednesday, 12. March 2014