Lorraine Kelly is far from impressed by a woman who got a tattoo of Harry Styles on her face.
New Zealand singer Kelsy Karter has been making headlines ever since she revealed the tattoo of Styles on her cheek.
Karter got the tattoo to mark Styles 25th birthday, but Kelly was profoundly disturbed by the decision, criticising both her and the tattoo artist for going through with it.
mama, look what i made me do pic.twitter.com/P5HdUWtQUK
— Kelsy Karter (@KelsyKarter) January 27, 2019
Speaking to showbiz correspondent Ross King, she said: “She’s such a silly girl, what was she thinking? I suppose she wanted attention, which is what she got. It’s completely nuts, it’s like a disfigurement.”
She added: “I know tattoos are getting more popular but getting one on your face is a strange thing to do. It doesn’t even look like him.”
Kelly also hit out at the artist Romeo Lacoste, claiming he never should have agreed to work on the tattoo.
Karter shared a picture of the tattoo on Twitter with the caption, “Mama, look what I made me do”, having previously teased her decision to get the former One Director singer permanently inked on her face with another tweet which read: “Finally know what I’m getting Harry for his birthday…”
The Kiwi singer immediately came under criticism on social media, with many noting that the tattoo doesn’t even look like Styles.
Wow, seriously don’t want to make you feel bad, but the artwork is terrible. If it was descent artwork I could understand, but it’s not. I would consider removing that ASAP and get it done by an actual artist! :-/
— MicroBox of X (@microboxofx) January 29, 2019
It’s not yet clear if the tattoo is actually real, but Lacoste shared a video in his Instagram stories of the singer taking the pain as she went under the needle.
Good Morning Britain‘s Richard Arnold poked fun at the inking debacle today by revealing a fake face tattoo of Piers Morgan on his cheek.
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) January 29, 2019
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