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Jessie J’s Emabarassing Tattoo [VIDEO]

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In the latest edition of Q magazine, Jessie J describes the unfortunate misspelling of a word that is tattooed on her body.

She has the phrase “don’t loose who you are in the blur of the stars” tattooed on her except when she wrote out the phrase, which is a line from one of her songs, loose is supposed to be losed!  Unfortunate as it is, it is not all that uncommon to have a misspelled word tattoo.  She told Q magazine that her mom cried when she saw it, but said that it was her own fault because she wrote out the phrase for the tattoo artist.

Do you know of anyone that has a misspelling on their tattoo or had it done to you?

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