We already knew Rihanna was a tough cookie, but it wasn't until we watched this video of her having a new tribal tattoo that we realised she's as hard as flippin' nails!
The singer hardly even winced as a tattoo artist used the traditional methods of using a chisel and a mallet to permanently ink her new moko design, which is inspired by the indigenous people of New Zealand, Māori.
What a gal!
Admittedly, we're not all that keen on the actual tat, which extends from her fingertips right up to the middle of her arm.
In a two minute video uploaded to YouTube, tattooist Inia Taylor can be seen inking up the star at the Moko Ink studio in West Auckland, which she had done after stopping in the city on her Diamonds world tour.
Watch the video above to see what we're talking about. (Note: You may want to watch from behind your hands.)
Anastasia, it's time to book an appointment at the laser removal clinic.
We get it Cheryl - you're an English rose. But do they have to be that <em>big</em>?
In a move that was ugly on several levels, real-man-impersonator and least-deserving-celebrity-of-all-time Chris Brown got a picture of a woman's battered face tattooed onto his neck months after battering a woman's face with his bare fists.
Slim Shady's insistence on putting daughter Hailie Mathers in his songs was bad enough. This tattoo of her is embarrassing parenting taken a step too far.
There's nothing wrong with Eva's (now removed) 'Nine' tattoo per say, except that it represents the folly of getting inked in tribute to your partner - in this case basketball player Tony Parker, jersey number 9 - when they end up cheating on you.
Harry's tatts all look like they've been scribbled on the back of a biology exercise book in Biro by a fidgety teenager. Quite apt, really.
Like a job application or a witty riposte, the first run of getting words tattooed onto yourself is to make sure it is spelled properly. Heroes star Hayden stumbled at this first hurdle with her Italian phrase which was meant to say 'live without regrets'. She has since admitted regretting the tattoo.
Nothing wrong with an owl, we suppose... represents knowledge and wisdom... good at hunting... it's just that this one likes a bit, well, crap.
Justin Bieber 2
...and while we're at it, Justin, getting the name of your own album tattooed on your arm is a bit naff - not least of all because you're bound to get older and want to move away from your pop origins into making 'proper music'. Just sayin'.
We know Pricey is fond of a wedding, but this is just ridiculous...
It's one direction alright - down your forearm towards your hand. Why, we have no idea.
What is it with 1D and their doodles?!
Irony or no irony, a tattoo of your own name is NEVER cool.
The problem with getting a line from King Lear tattooed on your back is that everyone, forever, is going to ask about it, and you're going to have to say 'It's a quote from Shakespeare'. Which is a line that's impossible to say without sounding like a pretentious t**t.
It's on your face Mike. Enough said.
Would you get a tattoo reminding everyone of your most embarrassing failure? Of course not. So why Pamela Anderson has one that screams: 'I starred Barbed Wire one of the biggest commercially and critical flops of all time', we have no idea.
The Jackass star got his own face tattooed on his back, which is a lot of pain to go through for a joke.
"I got a mic on my arm cos, y'know, I'm all about music". O-kay...