Here’s why fans think Demi Lovato’s neck tattoo is inspired by a new song
Fans think that the singer's latest ink is more than just another tattoo. In fact, Lovatics believe the new ink is inspired by a forthcoming song.
So far, 2020 has been a big year for Lovato. Back in January, she performed her emotional single "Anyone" at the Grammys. A few months later, she dropped her self-love hit "I Love Me" as well as an emo version of the single by blink-182's Travis Barker.
More recently, she teamed up with Sam Smith for the mega pop hit "I'm Ready." Since then, fans have been anxiously awaiting new music and a possible full-length follow up to 2017's Tell Me You Love Me.
Now, fans think Lovato may have teased a new song while debuting the latest addition to her tattoo collection.
On Thursday, Lovato shared a post on Instagram unveiling her new neck tattoo. The latest ink is a black-and-white butterfly. Along with the photo, her caption says, “Dear little me, I’m sorry that it took so long but baby your free..”
Fans think that the photo's caption is lyrics from a possible forthcoming song. As well, since butterflies are a symbolism of freedom, there's speculation that the new tattoo is inspired by the unreleased song.
As well, on Friday, Lovato confirmed that a new collaboration with Marshmello is on the way. Marshmello first teased a collaboration with Lovato at the start of August. The song could potentially be called "It's OK Not To Be OK" based on the post's caption. It's also possible Lovato's latest ink is inspired by this forthcoming collaboration.
While Lovato continues to work on new music, she is also enjoying being engaged. In July, she announced that she is engaged to Max Ehrich. The couple both took to Instagram to share the news alongside photos of the moment after a beach proposal.
They made their relationship public earlier this year. Ehrich is best known as Fenmore Baldwin in soap opera The Young And The Restless. He has also appeared in High School Musical 3: Senior Year, Ugly Betty, Shake It Up, iCarly, Parenthood and Stephen King adaptation Under The Dome.
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