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Top 10 Hottest Celeb Tattoos: #5 Jessica Alba "Hottest Tattooed Mom"


Top 10 Hottest Celeb Tattoos: #5 Jessica Alba "Hottest Tattooed Mom"

The Number 6 spot on the countdown was artistic, but it's time for something....well hot. After all this is the Hottest Celeb Tattoo Countdown. Furthermore, here at The UC, we've done the Hottest Countdown, the MILF Countdown, and now, the Tattoo Countdown.

So in the number 5 spot, all are combined into one.

Jessica Alba takes the spot as the hottest tattooed mother. She is a MILF in every sense of the anagram, and she sports a variety of tattoos.

1. A Ladybug on her Neck
2. A bow on her back (tramp)
3. A Sanskrit inscription on her wrist.
The word is "Padma," and in this particular context, it means rise toward spirituality. 

4. Now, Jessica Alba has added the roses on her arm.

Just Kidding: These are FAKE! 
Today is May 3rd, and somehow I was reading the news from May 4th, which has reported that Jessica Alba's new massive Rose tattoos are only temp work, which she had done in Atlanta. It's too bad. They look good on her, and furthermore, this is the perfect hot mom tattoo photo.

Questions for You: 
Who the hell took this photo?

I bet it was Annie Leibowitz. I don't know if I should kiss you or kill you. At least, you get to see her bow tattoo.

Jessica Alba: Hottest Tattooed Mom

Comments

  1. give me jess fannin anyday over this


    although jess alba is hot, i ain't gonna lie

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