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10 Classic Celebrities Who Should Have Gotten Tattoos

Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley was the king of rock and roll, so it’s clear that he would have a few tattoos to top off his look today. A pair of sleeves could have been flawlessly hidden underneath his signature long-sleeved, high-collared, white coat. We imagine that he would have at least one tattoo of a dog to honor his songs “Hound Dog” and “Who Let the Dogs Out.”

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Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn was an icon in Hollywood, not only for her looks but also for her kind spirit. Due to her sense of adventure, we could totally see Audrey sporting a few tattoos. Adding some ink would make her feel a little more real as opposed to the general consensus that she is flawless.

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Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo is one of the most famous Mexican artists of all time, so it’s fitting that she would have some art on her own skin. Frida was fond of doing self-portraits in bold colors; therefore, it would not be surprising to see an image of her own face on her arm or even her ribcage. 

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Marilyn Monroe

Many girls look up to Marilyn Monroe because she loved her size 12 body just the way it was. We think she could have empowered even more girls if she had a few tats. Marilyn always pushed the envelope in the film and modeling industry, so we could see her rocking the subtle, yet rebellious white-ink tattoos.

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Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher portrayed one of the most well-known female characters of her time, Princess Leia. She was a bit of a rebel, so we can only imagine that she definitely wanted a tattoo...or two. Picture it: the Millennium Falcon on her left arm and Han Solo’s name in a heart on her right!

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John F. Kennedy

Prior to his infamous assassination, John F. Kennedy was one of the most admired politicians in the country. He was part of a powerful family, he was unbelievably attractive, and he was even awarded a Pulitzer Prize! JFK should have added some high-end tattoos to his list of accomplishments. A breathtaking bald eagle would have suited him nicely. 

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Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly was a popular American actress who eventually became the princess of Monaco after marrying Prince Rainer III in 1956. What’s cooler than a princess with rad tattoos? Realistically, she would get something classy and small, such as a butterfly or a flower to complement her gorgeous hair and classically beautiful face.

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Patrick Swayze

Patrick Swayze was the heartthrob of many, and he would be even more desirable as a “bad boy” with some ink. We can picture him with tattoos representing his film career. “Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner” and a silhouette to symbolize his role in Ghost would be very popular amongst fans.

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Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy is best known for his role as Spock in Star Trek. Spock was an interesting character who had morals but could feel no emotion. We could easily see him sporting tattoos that helped him remember his travels across the universe.

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Ian McKellan

Sir Ian McKellan is an accomplished actor and one of the most prominent LGBT activists in the business. Ian has played a number of major roles including Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings. We would love to see him sporting a huge back tattoo of Gandalf's horse, Shadowfax.

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