Jessie J Reveals She Has A Misspelled Tattoo And Only Realised When Her Mum Told Her
Jessie J has opened up about her embarrassing tattoo blunder which she keeps hidden out of shame.
The Price Tag star has a design on the side of her body which was meant to say "don”t lose who you are in the blur of the star", but her mum pointed out a major spelling mistake not long after she got the ink done several years ago.
She told Graham Norton: "I did it ages ago and had “Don”t lose who you are in the blur of the star!” tattooed on my side.
"Not long after I had it done my mum said to me in tears, “I don”t know how to tell you this but it is spelt wrong.”
"I have “Don”t loose who you are in the blur of the stars!” It”s really big which is awful."
Jonathan Brady/PA WireJessie opens up about the design on tonight”s show
Jessie admitted she tries to "always wear high waisted" outfits to keep the design out of sight – although it can occasionally be seen when she”s spotted in a bikini on the beach.
The star is planning to "get it covered" and won”t add to her small collection of ink, which includes the words “Stand Up” on her right write and a heart made up of an upside treble and bass clef behind her left ear.
Jonathan Brady/PA WireAn all-star cast
She said: "It”s the reason I always wear high waisted stuff. I”m not going to put a spelling mistake that close to a camera.
"I”m going to get it covered and I”m not having any more tattoos."
Jessie – who performs her new single Masterpiece on the Graham Norton Show on Friday night – is joined by Harvey Weinstein and Broadchurch actors David Tennant and Olivia Coleman.
Jonathan Brady/PA WireA Masterpiece she can be proud of!
Meanwhile, the star opened up last month about penning Miley Cyrus” hit song Party In The USA and joked it paid her rent for "three years".
She told Glamour magazine: "You”ve got to write songs, that”s where the money is, being an artist. Party In The USA paid my rent for, like, three years.
"Actually it was way longer than that. That”s where I get most of my money. I write songs. I”m a singer."