Ariana Grande Fixes Misspelled Japanese Hand Tattoo

Ariana-Grande

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The problems started when the singer chose to celebrate the success of her single 7 Rings by having the title of the song tattooed onto her hands in Kanji symbols.

The singer shared a photo of the inking on her official Japanese Twitter account, showing the characters freshly tattooed on her hand.

Ariana admitted earlier this week she had made a mistake with the tattoo, which led to the word "shrichirin" being etched on her palm.

A shichirin is a lightweight small charcoal grill.

The pop star had meant to permanently celebrate her new single "7 Rings" with a tattoo, but instead, her fans were quick to point out that she was missing a few characters and instead had tattooed the word "shichirin", which translates to a small Japanese-style charcoal grill.

Ariana Grande may wish she had done a quick Google search before going to get a tattoo.

"Indeed, I left out "つの指" which should have gone in between".

The correct spelling of "7 Rings" in Japanese was included in the music video for the song. Ariana finally got her tattoo updated on Wednesday and updated its new pictures on her Instagram story.

"Slightly better. Thanks to my tutor for helping me fix and to @kanenavassard for being a legend".

Calvin Harris & Rag'n'Bone Man climb one spot to Number 4 with Giant, a new peak, while Mabel dials up four places to Number 7 with Don't Call Me Up, now her highest charting single to date. 7 Rings outperformed the rest of the Top 3 combined on streaming services this week.

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