Carrie Ann Inaba Opens Up About Her Misspelled Japanese Tattoo
Carrie Ann Inaba Says Her Japanese Tattoo Is Misspelled
- Carrie Ann Inaba Opens up about her Japanese Tattoo
- Her tattoo means something NSFW
- She got her tattoo in 1993 while on a tour with Madonna as a dancer
The co-host of the CBS Daytime talk show, The Talk, Carrie Ann Inaba opens up about the spelling mistake of her Japanese tattoo which accidentally translates to NSFW.
The 51 years old lady revealed on Friday, May 17, that she had got a tattoo on her ankle while she was touring with Madonna in 1993 as a dancer. She tattooed a Japanese phrase that she thought was 'courageous love'.
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Inaba thought that it was cool to have courageous love written on her ankle however, she was shocked to find out otherwise.
Later, on her travel to Japan, some girls were looking at her ankle tattoo and were laughing.
I go, 'I know, courageous love, cool right?' and they were like, 'Rough sex'
Inaba joked, she needed to fix that.
Sources say that the host has been more open about her life ever since joining the talk show as Julie Chen's replacement.