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Glee star Lea Michele is on the cover of Women’s Health UK’s Naked Issue showing off all of her tattoos, including a third that’s a dedication to her late boyfriend, Cory Monteith.
The ink spells “Finn” on her left butt cheek, the name of Monteith’s Glee character, Finn Hudson.
We have a new naked cover star! The beautiful @msleamichele check out her interview: https://t.co/7VZoNmUFVw pic.twitter.com/AF4r34Oy9a
— Women’s Health (@UKWomensHealth) August 1, 2016
Fans of the on- and offscreen couple were pleasantly surprised to hear the tattoo is not new. Michele took to Twitter revealing she got the ink back in 2011, prior to Monteith’s death. “Actually got that tattoo in December 2011!” tweeted the actress. “Boy was that a fun night!”
Actually got that tattoo in December 2011! Boy was that a fun night! #DrWoo @SSC_Tattoo — https://t.co/fc3VZ790y4
— Lea Michele (@msleamichele) August 1, 2016
Michele has two other tattoos in honor of Monteith, who died three years ago from a drug overdose. She first revealed a number 5 tattoo, the football number of Monteith’s character in Glee. The actress also has “If you say so” inked on her ribcage, referencing her single of the same name written about Monteith from her 2013 album Louder.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
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