Super fans will do anything to support their favorite stars, even getting tattoos of them.
These loyal fans inked their bodies with images of their favorite actors, musicians, and athletes.
Many of these portraits, however, are not desirable and raise questions about the stars that tattoos are supposed to represent.
Just days after the announcement, it is now that the heavyweight champion has been revealed. Tyson Fury MailOnline has published a mocking tattoo of a fan’s face and challenged readers to guess who star is being honored in these horrible tattoos
Matthew Haddon-Reichardt wanted to get a huge tattoo of a celebrity to raise money for charity, since he was not able to run a marathon.
Matt Benton got a tattoo of this athlete after he lost a bet made at the UEFA Euro 2016
Kelsy Karter, a 31-year-old singer-songwriter, got a shocking tattoo of the popstar on her face that – to the relief of her friends – was fake
Stockport resident Stephen ‘Steve’ ‘Steve’ ‘Steve’ ‘Steve’ ‘Steve’ ‘Steve’ ‘Steve spent 4 hours and hundreds to get a portrait of this actress tattooed onto his forearm.
Mr Jones also added the soap star to his body collection.
Kelvin Jackson-Bowers got a tattoo of this television presenting duo to boost his chances of wining a trip to Florida
Ironing business owner Carl McCoid has three tattoos paying tribute to this popstar on his body
After 14 years of watching his show, Viv Bodycote was inspired to get a tattoo showing this broadcaster hugging his guard.
Mandy Crowther got a picture of her favourite actor tattooed on her back next to his signature
Robert Hogan chose to get this back tattoo when he won the 2019 Formula 1 Championship.
Jon Pitman, a professional coach in boxing, had his tattoo signed by the heavyweight champion himself during an evening dinner at The Spirit Centre, Slough, 2012.
A Queen of Pop tattoo was given to a fan by a cartoon-looking drawing.
Most people wouldn’t be able to guess the name of this popstar if it wasn’t for the tattoo above.
A fan had a tattoo of the singer and actress on his arm. The tattoo was signed by the star.
Three tattoos of the performer were done on one fan’s chest.
One fan got both a popstar and television personality tattooed on their body
MailOnline revealed the most bizarre celebrity tattoos, including one of Nigel Farage’s contorted faces while eating a McDonald’s milkshake. Michelle Keegan is also featured.
Tyson Fury endorsed a mockumentary tattoo in honor of the heavyweight champion earlier this week.
Anna Sinclair, mother of two, stated that Gypsy King was her idol in inspiring her to stop drinking alcohol.
After seeing Fury in Tenerife, she jumped at the chance to show him her ink art.
Ms Sinclair posted her first tattoo to Facebook. She was bombarded by hateful comments saying that it looked nothing like Tyson Fury.
After her idol had confirmed that the tattoo was his, she felt like she had the last laugh.
Tyson Fury was fortunate enough to have a crown as a tattoo on his fan’s arm, but Nigel Farage wasn’t so lucky.
Matthew Haddon-Reichardt, a writer, decided to tattoo the ex-UKIP leader with a huge McDonald’s milkshake on to his thigh in 2019 to raise money for charity.
Farage’s bemused expression is also used in the lyrics of the song, “My milkshake takes all the boys to our yard,”
Tyson Fury was the world heavyweight champion and he said he loved Anna Sinclair’s ink work after they met in Tenerife.
Mr Haddon Reichardt described his views as pro-UKIP/anti-Brexit. He also stated that he would like a similarly ambiguous tattoo to anger both Brexiteers, and Remainers.
According to Mr Haddon-Reichardt, he originally had the idea for the charity fundraiser after he realized he wasn’t physically able to run a marathon, but he was perfectly capable of getting a’silly’ tattoo.
Farage was pelted by milkshake during campaigning for Brexit in Newcastle in 2019.
He explained that he wanted a tattoo that was both ambiguous and irritant enough to upset both Remainers and Brexiteers, as the UK prepared for its departure from the EU.
Stephen Jones, a super soap fan from Manchester, has added Michelle Keegan’s tattoo to his calf along with other soap stars.
It was the only problem: it was nothing like her.
However, Jones made sure to include the signature of former Coronation Street star.
This was a nice addition to his Michelle Keegan tattoo on his stomach.
This mega soap fan also admires the ink work of Tina O’Brien, and Kim Marsh, both Coronation Street actresses.
Yet, even Mr Jones might agree that no one is as dedicated a fan as the Miley Cyrus obsessed Carl McCoid.
The East Yorkshire ironing business owner spent nearly £3,000 on getting 29 tattoos of the Hannah Montana star on his body.
Can you tell the difference? Let’s hope Stephen Jones, mega soap fan, kept his receipt on his Michelle Keegan leg tattoo
Mr Jones is a big Coronation Street fan. He also has tattoos of several soap stars across his body
East Yorkshire native Mr McCoid has 29 Miley Cyrus tattoos across his body. The words ‘BREAKOUT” and ‘OBSESSED are on his forearms. They refer to one her songs or albums.
The singer-songwriter caused quite a stir on social media, all in aid to promoting her new single Styles
Kelsy shared the concerned text messages she received from her mother as she hid at the house of her manager for three days to hide the tattoo.
McCoid even named one of his daughters after Cyrus, who was 30 years old at the time. He said that the pop star helped him through the divorce process.
However, the mega fan admitted that he wanted all of them removed in 2010, after they were called ‘creepy’ and ugly’ by the singer.
It was possible to cover tattoos with either a long-sleeve or a pair of trousers up until now for every ultra-fan.
Kelsy Karter was definitely not affected by this.
The fake tattoo was inked on the cheek of the 31-year old New Zealand artist to promote her new single, ‘Harry’.
Karter said that after her $300 stunt, she received a lot of hate from Harry Styles fans and worried phone calls and texts from friends.
To make things seem extra real she even hired the famous Los Angeles tattoo artist Romeo Lacoste to do the deed and hid at her manager’s house for three days.
Now on to Matt Benton – this football fan lost a very painful bet after promising to get Manchester United star Harry Maguire’s face inked on to his chest if he scored against Sweden in England’s 2018 World Cup quarter-final.
Benton, a former Leicester City centre back, posted the final artwork to Twitter. He promised to send the dedicated fan an England shirt signed and dated by the entire squad.
Maguire also showed a sense of humour by tweeting: ‘Can’t believe what I’m seeing… Great effort. DM me and I’ll sort out a signed England shirt from the lads. #FullyDeserved #YouMustHaveABigChest.’
After getting his inkwork done, Mr. Benton has a slightly reddened chest but looks happy with the results.
Viv Bodycote was a former teacher assistant and decided to get a massive tattoo of Jeremy Kyle with his security guard on her chest.
Matt Benton appears happy despite the Harry Maguire tattoo he has on his chest
Viv Bodycote stated that she has watched The Jeremy Kyle Show every day for 14+ years and was proud to honor her favorite TV presenter.
Big Steve, Jeremy Kyle’s security guard, was a fixture on the show before it was canceled in 2019.
Ms. Bodycote stated that she watched the Jeremy Kyle Show every day for 14 years, and that she wanted to pay tribute to her favorite TV host.
It took six-and-a half hours to complete the ink work. After showing it to her hero he joked that it looked like he had wind.
On to another pair of TV show hosts, Kelvin Jackson-Bowers decided to get Ant and Dec tattooed on his leg to boost his chances of winning an all expenses paid trip to Florida on Saturday Night Takeaway.
However, just hours after his tattoo was finished Ant McPartlin was arrested for drink driving and the show was taken off the air leaving Mr Jackson-Bowers with a pretty useless tattoo.
His family, who are obsessive about Saturday Night Takeaway, finally convinced him to get the inkwork to increase their chances of winning.
Although it did not go exactly according to plan, he said that he did the act for his six year old child, who was determined to win the prize.
These bizarre and amazing entries round out this collection of celeb tats.
Soap opera mega fan Mandy Crowther decided to get a portrait of EastEnders star Shane Ritchie on her back to match her Shane Ritchie branded car and wheelie bin.
She paid £1,000 to have pictures of him printed across her Peugeot 306 Cabriolet convertible and has also adorned her home with Shane Ritchie memorabilia.
After many days of convincing his family, he finally caved and allowed his father-in law to give him the ink.
Ms Crowther acknowledged that her son was embarrassed at Ritchie’s obsession. Ritchie is the actor who plays Alfie Moon in EastEnders. She would often make sure he wore a hat so he wouldn’t be seen with her.
Robert Hogan, a Didcot, Oxfordshire lorry driver, took it one step further than Ms Crowther, and dedicated his entire back to Lewis Hamilton, seven-time Formula 1 champion.
Robert, also known as Budgie, stated that the entire process took over a year.
To make his dream a reality, he enlisted the assistance of Ladislav Hacel, a tattoo artist.
Jon Pitman, a professional boxing coach, also had Mike Tyson sign his tattoo.
Madonna is often seen sporting very long legs and, rather bizarrely, a gun on the back of one her most dedicated fans.
Another Madonna fanatic has gotten what is believed to be the 64 year-old Queen Of Pop on his calf. But I’m not convinced.
In Los Angeles, a Lady Gaga with a longer neck was found on a fan’s arm and also on the torso d another superfan.
One RuPaul and Pink megafan decided to have giant portraits of them across their thighs.
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