Demi Lovato embraces duality with new tattoos
Los Angeles, California – Demi Lovato is expanding her tattoo collection in the name of duality.
It's been one heck of a week on Instagram for the Dancing With The Devil singer.
Shortly after adding "she/her" pronouns to her IG bio in addition to "they/them", Demi debuted new ink on her Insta story done by celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo.
The 29-year-old's new body art is a two-part piece along her clavicle, with the word "fear" inked on one side and "love" tatted on the other.
Those with keen eyes probably noticed the gothic font nearly matches that of a different tattoo Demi had done on her forearm in March.
Demi debuted the "choose love" ink on the 'gram, which they got to help raise funds for the nonprofit of the same name that supports refugees and displaced people around the world.
This particular piece was done by Ukrainian tattoo artist Gusak, with Demi noting it was "an honor learning about [his] home country" throughout the process.
It seems like the singer is having quite the ink itch as of late, and we're totally here for it!
Cover photo: Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/ddlovato/Michael Tran/AFP