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Courtney Stodden gets inked with image of Marilyn Monroe: 'I will always wear Marilyn with pride'

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Courtney Stodden took to Instagram Thursday showing off a new tattoo they got of Marilyn Monroe's face on their ankle.The singer/model, 27, who identifies as non-binary, captioned an image of a photo of the new body art, 'I will always wear Marilyn with pride @tibotattoo.'They added an emoji of a lipstick kiss with the hashtags, #newink #newtattoo #marilynmonroe and #tattoo.

The latest:Courtney Stodden, 27, took to Instagram Thursday showing off a new tattoo they got on their ankle of Marilyn Monroe's faceThe singer/model wore a black Adidas ballcap and a face mask as they relaxed on a table during the procedure, after which the tattoo artist took an alcohol swab to the fresh ink.The Celebrity Big Brother personality pointed out one Instagram follower's correct prediction that they were getting a tattoo of Monroe on their Instagram Stories.

Stodden in a clip of the process also sported their engagement ring, after they got engaged to boyfriend Chris Sheng, 42, last May.At the time, Stodden took to Instagram with an image of the ring, writing, 'I said yes ...

OH and the ring made me gag it's so beautiful.' Stodden was snapped at a premiere in LA last September The singer/model wore a black hat and face mask as they relaxed on a table during the procedure Stodden's engagement ring was in view as they pulled down their black Adidas ballcapSheng, a film producer, said on the social media site that the 'moment was right' to propose, People reported.'I feel so blessed and fortunate,' Sheng said.

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