Hollywood actress Demi Lovato gets inked once again. This fresh new ink on her neck just reminded us of many struggles of the actor’s life. Though not revealing much about the inspiration behind getting inked, many speculated it and linked to her struggle with sobriety. Tattoo on her neck reads, ‘Survivor’ which states of her overcoming phase in her life, getting many inspired with it. The tattoo artist, Doctor Woo shared the tattoo on his Instagram handle, tagging Demi in his post.
The caption read, “On a real one @ddlovato #hideawayatsuitex #slimneedle” For the new readers, the Glee actress was rushed to hospital in 2018, after being reported of overdose, since then the actress have had hard times in her life. And while she successfully sails through it, she thanked her fans and well-wishers to be on the other side of her life now. According to reports in refinery29.com the Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam actress was admitted to Cedar Sinai Hospital post her on and off sobriety issues. ALSO READ: Demi Lovato Faces Backlash Over Free Trip To Israel, Apologizes To Fans For Not Being ‘More Educated’
In one of conversations with a fan, she had said, “It is something I must continue to overcome and have not done yet.” ALSO READ: Bachelorette Star Mike Johnson Reveals Demi Lovato ‘Kisses Really Well’
As she overcomes this phase, the actress was seen setting herself free on several instances. One of it is the picture showing off her cellulite. Sharing the picture on her Instagram handle she wrote, “This is my biggest fear. A photo of me in a bikini unedited. And guess what, it’s CELLULIT!!!! I’m just literally sooooo tired of being ashamed of my body, editing it (yes the other bikini pics were edited - and I hate that I did that but it’s the truth) so that others think I’m THEIR idea of what beautiful is, but it’s just not me. This is what I got.”
Image Source: Instagram/ddlovato
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