Cody Simpson And Miley Cyrus Show Off New Tatts In Raunchy Photo
The couple has only been together for a few weeks, but things have stepped up a notch as they got inked together in Los Angeles.
Since splitting with ex-husband Liam Hemsworth in August, Miley began a short-lived relationship with Kaitlynn Carter which ended because -- according to a source close to Miley -- she wasn't looking for anything too serious.
Cut to a few weeks later and we're in a war of PDA with Miley shacking up with Aussie singer Cody Simpson.
The pair have been very cute and VERY public with their budding romance after Miley was struck with a case of tonsilitis that sent her to the hospital. Who was there by her bedside? Cody, of course.
Not only that but he also wrote her a romantic tune that he wrote specifically for Miley called "Golden Thing" (which, after Miley apparently urged him to do so, he's going to release as a track).
Well, despite not wanting to get into anything too serious, Miley and Cody have been ramping up the public displays of affection, culminating in a couples trip to a tattoo parlour and one raunchy photoshoot to show off their new ink.
Miley got a bleeding heart (get it?) on her tricep which reads "ROCK N ROLL HEART" (get it???) whole Cody got a skull and crossbones with a scythe behind it.
Cody posted a pic to his Instagram story to show off their new ink and... well... Miley isn't just grabbing attention, let's say that.
This isn't the first time Miley has gotten a tatt inspired by her relationships. Despite only being romantically linked to Kaitlynn for a few weeks, Miley got a tatt of a Venetian sculpture she saw while on her European getaway with the 'Hills: New Beginnings' star.
Miley also got an Aussie-inspired tatt of a jar of Vegemite while she was still ex Liam.
While Miley and Cody's eye-catching /grabbing pic has caught some people's attention, it's not as deeply horrifying as the recent video they posted kissing with a clown filter.
That... that one is tattooed onto our brains.
Featured image: Instagram.