Harry Styles' mother and Simon Cowell (finally) tell him to stop getting tattoos.
FINALLY - Harry Styles' mother is worried his tattoo obsession is "getting out of hand." Although we fear the damage has already been done... He's very pretty, but that fails to detract from the fact that the left hand side of his body currently resembles the copy book of a horned up teenager.
Anne Cox has pleaded with her 18-year-old son to stop getting inked so often, and she has started by successfully convincing him not to get a tattoo of his name in Japanese calligraphy during One Direction's latest jaunt in the country.
A source said: "Harry's mum is worried his tattoo collection is getting out of hand. She thinks he's getting addicted to sitting in the artist's chair. She's concerned about the lasting effects of the (quite literally) scribbles all over his body and thinks he could live to regret some of them. Harry loves the Japanese symbols (and stars. And drama masks. And birds. And boats. And buildings. And love hearts.And various fonts. And other stuff. And all overlapping...) He's determined to have Japanese calligraphy on him. It wouldn't surprise me if he gets it done sneakily."
His mentor Simon Cowell has also urged the pop star to give his tattoo habit a rest after he got inked more than 30 times in the last 12 months.
The source added to the Daily Star: "Simon gave him some gentle advice suggesting he gives it a break for a while and reassess. Harry has had over 30 tattoos in the last year. His mum is also concerned the ink could be the reason he gets such bad skin. She's told him he'll get even more spotty if he continues, not just on his face."
Story by Sheena McGinley | 08:58 | Monday 21st January 2013 | Gossip
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