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Top 10 Hottest Celeb Tattoos: #7 Christina Aguilera “Hebrew Tramp Stamp”


Top 10 Hottest Celeb Tattoos: #7 Christina Aguilera “Hebrew Tramp Stamp” 

Christina's Tramp Stamp 

The tramp stamp is one of the most popular choices for women, and it is popular to no end for celebs. Women such as Eva Longoria and Britney Spears have inked on tiny markings above their waist lines.

Christina Aguilera is one of the few women in acting that wasn’t afraid to get a tattoo larger than a millimeter on her backside. In fact, she’s much bolder than say Khloe Kardashian who microscopically had the word “daddy” inked on her back-waist-line.

Regardless of what you think of her outside the inked-world, I love the bold presence of the tattoo, it’s not meant to hide. The Hebrew writing gives a great ethnic touch, and it’s full of character.

Questions for You:
Which is a better Tattoo Language? Hebrew or Arabic
(Not a Serious question)
Do you have a favorite Christina song?
Do you remember “Dirrty” (with Two Rs)?

Christina, congrats on getting your body back. 

Comments

  1. IT'S ABOUT TIME FOR MY ARRIVAL

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  2. SWEAT DRIPPING OVAH MAH BODY. ugh so many memories from my teenage years, i remember wanting those assless chaps so bad

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