Fresh off a PDA-filled vacation with Kaitlynn Carter, the pop star inked her arm with a "cool old sculpture."
"R.I.P. my little angel," Jonas wrote of the couple's dog Waldo Picasso, who was hit by a vehicle.
The ink features an important one-word message with a cool old-school touch.
But others are convinced the "Game of Thrones" star's inking is a bit risque.
Artist JonBoy appears to have done the ink at Travis Scott's birthday party in April.
The “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum" star told James Corden the intriguing reason for her heightened interest in tats.
The singer, who's dating Channing Tatum, said she still doesn't "know the difference between lose and loose."
The victim's new tattoo read, "F**k you, Niger."
The ink art is of a winged angel figure smoking a cigarette, and takes up most of the right side of the "SNL" star's back.
Keith “Bang Bang” McCurdy and Jas Morrell launched shops that go against the grungy tattoo parlor stereotype.
"We’re doing healing work, and if you have the calling to do healing work, it can also kind of be healing for yourself," one of the artists said of their efforts.
"Hey guys please don’t talk to us unless u have tattoos," the supermodel joked of the almost-matching ink.
“Sometimes the thing you’re most scared of being called is the best thing you can call yourself,” Dunham wrote of her new ink.
The actor previously denied the tattoo's authenticity and called it "fake" in 2016.
Elaine Soloway been an activist and writer for decades, and she has no intention of stopping anytime soon.
The actress shared it on Instagram Monday, writing, “Who says I’m not a mermaid.”
Granted, it's no tiny Japanese BBQ grill.
The tattoo, which the "God Is A Woman" singer also got, initially read “mille tendresse,” a French phrase meaning “a thousand tendernesses.”
The singer has deleted tweets defending her misspelled Japanese tattoo.