New decade, new look!
Pete davidson It might look a little different by the time you hit 30, confirming that you are in the process of removing all of your tattoos and should be no ink within the next two years.
The Saturday night live The 27-year-old Star began the process in December 2020, but said it would likely take two years until he ran out of ink.
Removal will not be an easy task for Davidson, who has 100 tattoos to erase.
In a new interview, the comedian said PeopleTV It had been “four or five months” since his last removal session.
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“I get my next treatment in about a month,” he explained. “They said that by the time I’m 30, everyone should be gone. So they have about two more years of this left.”
The comedian admitted that the removal process is “worse” than getting the tattoos in the first place, but said he made the decision to extend his acting career.
“I didn’t think they were going to get me into things, like the movie business. I thought later SNL, it’s a wrap, “he said during an appearance on the Late night with Seth Meyers.
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“It takes like three hours, you have to arrive three hours early to cover all your tattoos,” he continued. “Because, for some reason, people in movies don’t have them that much.”
The star showed her inkless hands in a recent Smartwater ad.
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