Eva Longoria has finally rid ex-hubby Tony Parker not only from her life but now from her body as well.
The actress removed the "NINE" tattoo from her neck recently, the number nine representing Parker's number on the San Antonio Spurs. To get rid of the tattoo Eva headed to one of Hollywood's most famous tattoo removal guys, Dr. Tattoff, when trying to laser off the tattoo apparently failed.
We applaud the actress for getting rid of any trace of her cheating husband. Eva isn't the only one to bid farewell to her regretted ink.
Mark recently sat down with David Letterman and discussed his need for removing tattoos. The Hollywood bad boy wants to remove all of his tattoos in order to serve as a good role model for his kids.
"It's the most excruciating thing I've ever experienced," Wahlberg said. "It's like someone flicking hot bacon grease on you over and over and over again.
He went on to say he doesn't want his children ever getting tattoos. We love Mark with or without his tattoos but it's tough to say if his kids will take their father's friendly advice.
50 Cent said goodbye to some of his ink in 2010 when he wanted to expand his acting career in Hollywood.
"[Laser removal] cuts down on theamount of time I have to spend in makeup covering them up," he said.
Covering up his tattoos often required the rapper and actor to arrive on set four hours earlier than originally needed. We don't know if less tattoos has helped 50's acting career but we think he certainly doesn't need tattoos to play his notorious bad boy roles.
Megan started the removal process of her Marilyn Monroe tattoo over the summer.
"I'm removing it," the actress said at the time . "She was a negative person, she was disturbed, bipolar. I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life."
When Megan made those comments many people mocked the actress, mostly because she made such a big deal about removing it and not many people cared to begin with. We love that Megan wants to better herself and her energy and we're hoping that positive energy will reflect on her acting career.
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