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The day prior to Valentine's Day is normally thought of us a relatively uneventful occasion, save for the odd Galentine's Day meet-up in coffee shops around town. Singer Halsey must have decided the news day was much too slow and decided to throw the internet into the frenzy with a picture of her new tattoo!


Sometimes, people get some crazy tattoos. A singer named Kelsy Karter even got a tattoo of Harry Styles' face on her cheek! But she's not the only one who gets tattoos of someone's face, as proven by Halsey.

Halsey's new tattoo is in the shape of none other than Marilyn Manson, complete with mascara and black lipstick. The singer, who's been on a vacation in Australia, got the tattoo on her ribcage.





Halsey also kept her Twitter followers in the know about her new ink!


Though she did have to offer a small clarification...

Halsey's fans on social media were intrigued by her new tat!






This is far from Halsey's first body art...


But this particular tattoo was designed by Celia Dunne, an Adelaide tattoo artist. Her Instagram makes it clear why Halsey sought her out.





Celia Dunne Promo Video youtu.be

As if that weren't enough to turn around a dreary February 13, Halsey dropped yet another surprise on Instagram: a hint at a new upcoming song featuring Yungblud and Travis Barker!

And just like that, this Valentine's Day eve became one to remember, all thanks to Halsey and her commitment to quality tattoos!

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