Tatt's not good enough for the cover then: Megan Fox's back inking is airbrushed from front of magazine


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By Kimberley Dadds

She's one of the hottest women in Hollywood so Megan Fox rarely has to be photoshopped for magazine spreads.

But the editors of France's Grazia obviously wanted to change her image when they edited one of her back tattoos out of her cover photo.

The Transformers actress was shot in a sultry pose for the front of the May issue.

Cover girl: Megan Fox appears on the front of Grazia France's May issue - minus a Nietzsche tattoo she has often been spotted showing off

And although one of her tattoos, a Shakespeare King Lear quote, was shown in the picture, her other tattoo - a Nietzsche quote - was erased for the image.

Megan adorns the cover dressed in a revealing white and black racerback frock, which shows off most of her back.

She smouldered for the camera as she put her right hand up, which showed off a large white and gold ring.

Spot the difference: But editors chose to include the exact same image in the centre of the magazine, without the image being doctored

The editors clearly didn't mind her Shakespeare tattoo which reads: 'We will all laugh at gilded butterflies'.

But they doctored out her other inking, which has the words by the German philosopher, reading: 'And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.'

What makes the photoshopped picture even more odd is that on the inside pages of the same edition of the magazine, the exact same shot of Megan is shown - with her tattoo still intact.

On show: Heads at fashion brand Armani were happy to show off Megan's tattoo in their advertising campaigns

The same tattoo has previously been seen on the stunning actress when she has stripped to her bikini on various beach holidays.

And heads at Armani clearly didn't mind it when they included it in a number of their advertising campaigns.

Fox is known for her penchant for skin art and has a total of eight altogether.
Although there is one that she wasn't quite as fond of - a portrait of screen legend Marilyn Monroe on her right forearm.

She has undergone laser surgery to remove the inking because she wants to avoid attracting 'negative energy'.

She explained when she started surgery to erase it last year: 'I'm removing it. It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar. I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.'


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