We have all seen tattoos of “I Love Mom” on the shoulders or triceps of motorcycle gang members. But whoever thought of a tattoo of one’s beloved wife on one’s forearm?
According to Yahoo! Celebrity, "The lovebirds were spotted in Santa Monica, Calif., on Saturday, and the artist proudly sported a tattoo of Zoe's face in on his forearm that he got in 2013."
And it has been there inviting looks from many envious bystanders as the couple appears at various happening events together arm in arm. And Marco Perego, Zoe’s hubby, isn’t a loner in this matter either.
Famed tattoo expert Kat Von D recounted the occasion of her getting her boyfriend’s fifth grade picture inked on her ribcage and the cameras were taking shots of the whole procedure all along.
Kat even presented a tattoo to Miley Cyrus on the inside of her forearm. Some others who sported tattoos include Rob Kardashian who in memory of his father who had passed away sported a tattoo of him on his forearm.
Meanwhile, Zoe Saldana’s dress blunder was quite a shocker at the Met Gala 2014. She is normally known to stun the crowd with her glitzy and glamorous gowns. But this time around she took things too far.
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According to DailyMail, "Zoe Saldana experienced a rare misfire when she stepped onto the red carpet at the Met Gala on Monday night in New York. The 35-year-old arrived in a misshapen Michael Kors dress featuring a lampshade design and paisley pattern."
A top with a deep cut décolletage was paired with a skirt that swelled way out of proportion. The lampshade-like ensemble with paisley print on it was a bit of an embarrassment alright for Zoe amidst the other well-dressed individuals.
Zoe Saldana however was unaffected by the obvious effect she had on the onlookers and struck pose after pose for the cameras. Michael Kors joined her and stood with the Avatar actress for a mini photo shoot.
Sometimes many of our actresses and celebrities go way off the deep end when it comes to fashion sense and sensibility. They forget that less is more not just in matters of style but in life as well.