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Justin Bieber Tattoos

Updated January 2, 2019 2.6k votes 352 voters 68.7k views24 items

Justin Bieber tattoos, ranked by fans of the sexy star and of body art. Teen superstar Justin Bieber released his platinum-selling debut EP My World in 2009, followed the next year by the full-length album My World 2.0 featuring the hit single "Baby." Justin has millions of fans all over the world called "Beliebers" who have helped the singer and songwriter go to the top of the charts with tracks like "Somebody To Love" and "Boyfriend." The pop idol also is also one of the most popular social media celebs, with millions of Twitter followers and his music videos are the most watched on YouTube.

Justin Bieber's tats honor the people in his life that are most important to him and remind him of how far he's come in the entertainment industry. Bieber has at least 16 tattoos, each with a special meaning or memory. Justin Bieber body art varies from religious symbols such as a portrait of Jesus Christ on his leg, to photos of animals like a tiger, owl and koi fish. Justin also has a tattoo of a local hockey team in honor of his grandfather.

Similar to other stars that have tattoos, such as Lady Gaga Body Art or Lil Wayne Inked, Justin Bieber has made headlines several times as he has added a new tattoo to his collection. He is one of the hottest tattooed celebrities and famous people with tattoos.
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    Trebel Clef Tattoo

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    Justin Bieber got a trebel clef tattooed behind his left ear.
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    Bieber was spotted with the word 'Patience' vertically tattooed on his neck below his right ear
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    Tiger Tattoo

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    A tiger head tat adorns Bieber's upper left bicep. The tiger represents courage, passion and strength. 
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    Crown Tattoo

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    It was rumored that Justin's crown tattoo was a tribute to his idol, the King of Pop Michael Jackson. 
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