Demi Lovato, tattoo

Looks like Demi Lovato has some fresh new ink! 

The 22-year-old singer showed off her latest tattoo, while simultaneously flashing some major side boob, in a recent pic. The image shows the former Disney darling striking a sexy pose as she flaunts her new tat, wearing her shirt half-on in order to display the bold artwork on her rib cage.

While the ink may seem cryptic at first, a few savvy Twitter users discovered the meaning behind Demi's Angelina Jolie-esque tattoo, revealing that the design displays each of her family member's birthdays in Roman numerals. 

Lovato included her mother Dianna, sisters Dallas and Maddie, as well as her step-father Eddie and her biological dad Patrick. 

Of course, Lovato is no stranger to meaningful tattoos. She previously inked herself with the phrase "now I'm a warrior" on her back and later explained the significance behind her special tat. 

"I have a song on my album [Demi] called 'Warrior,' and it's very, very meaningful to me," she previously revealed during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel. "It's really heavy, the lyrics, but it's an inspirational song as well…It's a negative thing turned positive"

"This is a song that was really difficult for me to write, record and now release," she added. "It was kinda like a tribute to releasing an album, as well as overcoming some really, really difficult things in my life."

Lovato, who recently recorded a new duet with Nick Jonas, also has tattoos of soaring birds on her forearm, along with the words "stay" and "strong" on her wrists as well as "Let go" and "Let God" stamped on her feet.

What do you think of Demi's latest tat? Tell us in the comments! 

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