Cheryl Cole vows no more tattoos after giant rose on back takes 15 hours
London: Cheryl Cole has promised that the giant rose tattoo on her back that she flaunted at the opening of the Girls Aloud tour will be her “final one.”
The 29-year-old singer, who secretly had the enormous red roses inked across her entire lower back at an estimated cost of 2,000 pounds, endured an agonising 15 hours under the needle to get the inking done, the Mirror reported.
Cole already has a number of other tattoos including “Mrs C” on the back of her neck, a butterfly below her new roses, a ring of thorns with a rose on her thigh and a Maori design on her hand.
She had wanted the rest of the band to get matching tattoos to mark their 19-date tour which began in Newcastle on Thursday, but they all got scared and changed their minds.”