One Of Megan Fox’s Back Tattoos Was Erased From This Mag Cover

Megan Fox and her tattoos have landed on the cover of French Grazia. Sort of.

Magazines usually feature a front view of their cover girls, but Grazia France and photographer David Roemer decided to put Fox’s back on display instead. And as much as we love Fox’s come-hither gaze, we can’t keep our eyes off of her tats (not her new nose).

The one on her shoulder — which reads “We will all laugh at the gilded butterflies” — comes from Shakespeare‘s King Lear. The second is a Nietzsche quote : “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music”. Both can be seen on a page inside the magazine, but the Nietzsche ink was Photoshopped off of the identical cover photo. Weird, right?

Check out it all out below:

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