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Jana Kramer gets her wedding date tattoo removed

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Singer Jana Kramer is trying to erase the past.On Thursday the star, 38, shared on social media that she is removing her wedding date tattoo - 5-22-15 - six months after finalizing her divorce from Mike Caussin.'It's my fault for tattooing my wedding date on my arm,' said the beauty as she wore a pink puffy jacket while sitting in her car, She also added a laughing with tears emoji.

Bye tat!Singer Jana Kramer shared on social media that she is removing her wedding date tattoo almost a year after filing for divorce from husband Mike Caussin There it is: The wedding date, May 22, 2015, is stamped on the inside of one of her arms.

The second tattoo is the date her daughter was born: January 31, 2016She then plugged the company doing the removal, Franklin Skin And Laser: 'Tattoo removals, facials, lasers, if you're in Nashville, come here!' she shared.

It is not known if she is removing some of her other tattoos, like the mark for her daughter Jolie's birth date: 1-31-16.Jana and Mike wed in May 22, 2015 and also share son Jacob, three.

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