Courtney Stodden got their first tattoo to ring in 2020.
And the star, 27, added some more ink to their body art collection on Thursday.
Stodden bared their back wearing a white tube top so the artist could etch a Shakespeare quote upon their shoulder.
New body ink: Courtney Stodden, 27, was all smiles before and after getting a new tattoo in Hollywood on Thursday
Stodden, who came out non-binary this past April, chose a line from Henry VI Part for their latest tattoo, getting ‘Fight till the last gasp,’ written in black cursive around their left shoulder blade.
It appears Stodden got their new work done by artist Tibo G at Body Electric Tattoo in Hollywood.
Despite being dressed down for the session, the model and social media personality turned more than a few heads by wearing a skimpy white tube top and brown sweatpants.
Inspiration: 커플링 Stodden took inspiration from William Shakespeare, in particular a quote from his play Henry VI Part I, and had ‘Fight till the last gasp’ tattooed on their back
Safety first: The reality star wore a face mask during the session with artist Tibo G, but on occasion pulled it down while getting or giving some instruction
The Washington State native made sure to wear a black mask over their mouth and 커플링 nose while in the tattoo studio amid the still dangerous COVID-19 pandemic.
During the session, Stodden wore their dyed blonde tresses long but pulled it back into a ponytail in order to give the artist plenty of access to their bare back.
Afterwards, and seemingly very happy with the end results, the former Couples Therapy star posed for a few photos, all while emphasizing the new tattoo by looking seductively over their left shoulder.
Artistry: During the session, Stodden wore their dyed blonde tresses long but pulled it back into a ponytail in order to give the artist plenty of access to their bare back
Happy customer: Afterwards, and seemingly very happy with the end results, the former Couples Therapy star posed for a few photos, all while emphasizing the new tattoo
The former teen bride confessed to being ‘nervous’ before getting the rose tattoo in early January 20202 at what appeared to be Enigma tattoo in Beverly Hills, according to The SunStodden first got recognition in 2011 when they married then 51-year old Doug Hutchinson when they were just 16.
By the summer of 2013, Stodden had breast augmentation surgery to increase their breast size from a C to a size DD.
The media attention surrounding their story and the marriage led to appearances on numerous reality television shows, including Couples Therapy (2012), with Hutchinson, and Celebrity Big Brother (2013), The Mother/Daughter Experiment (2016), Celebs Go Dating (2017) and Courtney (2019).