Carey Hart gets “day of the dead” style tattoo of Pink


As some know, I have some affection for Pink and Carey Hart. I think they’re a cute couple, and I like that they seem to work at maintaining their friendship, despite whatever is going on between romantically. They were married in 2006, and separated in 2008. However, earlier this year, back in March or April, they got back together and Pink announced that they “were working sh-t out”. Since then, there hasn’t been a lot of gossip (good or bad) about them, so I just assumed they were going strong. I guess I was right.

Carey announced on his Twitter that he was sitting through his first tattoo session to get Pink’s face put on his leg. But it’s not some pin-up style image of Pink – oh, no. Carey got her portrait done in the “day of the dead style”. Oh, yes. Pink as a ghoulish skull. It still really looks like her, though.

Carey says that it will take two hour sessions with the tattoo artist to get it right. But seriously, why mess with something this perfect-looking already?

Photo of Carey Hart’s Pink tattoo courtesy of Carey’s Twitter.

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  1. Firestarter says:

    I kinda like them together too. I still hate when men and women get tattoos of their mates faces or names.

  2. Lenore says:

    Slightly off the point, but I really REALLY love the rose-patterned trilby the tattoo is wearing. Groovy.

  3. lilred says:

    Actually the tattoo is a very good likeness.

  4. EMV says:

    What a great homage…

  5. Dorothy says:

    But seriously, why mess with something this perfect-looking already?

    I HOPE you are being sarcastic!!!! It is a good likeness but it is so awful!!

  6. dude says:

    Thats a jinx! ekk!

  7. anna says:

    I like them as a couple, they’re doing things their own way. They don’t live and breathe on the tabloid stories about themselves, I don’t think they care about people thinking they’re being zany and unconventional, they’re just enjoying each other. Sweet.

  8. Darlene says:

    I LOVE the tattoo. I think it looks great.

  9. Goddess711 says:

    That’s creepy.

  10. Whitey Fisk says:

    I really like these two also. They seem relatively genuine, and I’m pulling for them to work things out.

    But doesn’t it seem as though a partner-themed tat is a relationship death sentence? Just anecdotally, it seems that every time there’s a story about somebody getting a tat to profess their love, a breakup follows. Of course, a breakup follows a lot events in Hollywood.

    Does anybody out there have an actual relationship that can disprove my hypothesized “Curse of the Love Tat?”

  11. juiceinla says:

    I like these two together. I hope they work it out.

  12. Emily says:

    I like them together, but you’d have to be moron to get your partner’s name/image tattooed on you. I was reading an interview with a tattoo artist, and he said kids’ or parents’ names, and that’s it, everything else you’ll end up regretting.

    @Lenore ITA, I want one!!

  13. Tim says:

    I love these two together; Lets just leave all the negetive comments in our head to ourselves people… don`t you expect the same in your life?