Megan Fox has Supposedly 9 tattoos. Here is a list an explanation of all of Megan Fox’s Tattoos.
Old English text on her right scapula reading:
“We will all laugh at gilded butterflies.”
This is a reference, not a complete quote, from Act V, Scene III of Shakespeare’s tragedy King Lear.
Megan Fox is an obvious fan of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. She has a popular image of Marilyn tattooed on her inner right forearm.
On the inner aspect of her lower leg above her right ankle, Megan Fox has a crescent moon overlapping a five pointed star. It is the one visibly colored tattoo that she has.
Megan Fox is obviously a fan of stringing words together with her own personal meaning.
Like the large Old English text on her left rib cage.
there once was a little girl who never knew love until a boy broke her HEART
Megan Fox has been dating actor Brian Austin Green (Terminator, The Sarah Conner Chronicles) for the last four years. She has a script tattoo of his first name between her pubic bone and right hip.
On the back of her neck just below the hairline Megan has a black ink tattoo of the Chinese symbol of strength in calligraphy. It’s a simple tattoo with a strong meaning.
On the inside of Megan’s left wrist is a tattoo of two waves entwined like a yin and yang symbol. This tattoo has a bit of color but looks like black ink from a distance.
There’s a rumour that Megan has a tattoo of “I Love Steven Johnson” on her inner left thigh but I haven’t seen it in all the pictures I’ve surfed through.
Megan Fox also recently recieved a tribal design tatoo on her arm.
Megan Fox regrets letting a stoned tattooist put a tribal design on her arm, because it turned into nothing but a messy mark. Fox is now taking steps to get the tattoo removed and insists she’ll take more care when she picks skin artists in the future.
The Transformers star says, “The guy was smoking weed while he tattooed me and he didn’t do it correctly. Now it’s nothing and I’m gonna get it removed. I was told he was a really amazing tattoo artist but he wasn’t on his game that night. He was distracted.”
Fox had better luck with her first tattoo – an image of her heroine Marilyn Monroe: “She was one of the first people I saw on television, like, literally moments after I was born. Every time I heard her voice growing up I always would cry. I wouldn’t know why when I was younger but had my own theories. I’ve just always empathized with her.”