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Demi Lovato gets faith tattoo

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London: Former Disney star Demi Lovato has got the word ‘faith’ tattooed on her right arm.

The 19-year-old ‘Skyscraper’ singer posted a picture on her twitter account of the inking of the word on her right forearm, reported Femalefirst online.

The message along with the tattoo reads, “Sometimes you just gotta have a little bit of …(sic)”. However, Lovato, who has the words ‘stay’ and ‘strong’ tattooed on her wrists, initially didn’t tell her father about the latest addition to her collection.

The singer, who was admitted to rehab in November 2010 to receive three months treatment for an eating disorder and self-harming, got the designs on her wrists to make sure she doesn’t forget what she has overcome.

“I think scars are like battle wounds – beautiful, in a way. They show what you’ve been through and how strong you are for coming out of it. My tattoos say ‘stay strong’, ‘stay’ on one wrist and ‘strong’ on the other.

“Now I’m able to look at them and be thankful for being alive. I think that I’ve been blessed over the past year to be able to start over,” she said. (PTI)

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