Miley Cyrus’ left arm is more decorated these days with her sparkly engagement ring, and now a new tattoo on her forearm. Her new ink reads, “So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.
No, those eloquent words are not from a yet-to-be-recorded song. It’s actually a snippet from former American president Theodore Roosevelt’s 1910 speech at the Sorbonne in Paris. Who knew Cyrus was a politics nerd?
Cyrus is no stranger to the tattoo needle. At the precious age of 19, she already boasts quite the assortment of body art, including the word “love” on her ear, a dream catcher on her side (ouch!) and an anchor on her wrist.
Cyrus also changed her Twitter profile photo to an adorable photo of herself and fiancé Liam Hemsworth. Rumour has it that Papa Cyrus (Billy Ray Cyrus to parents) isn’t too thrilled about the engagement and hopes it lasts for a long time. Though, if she is in a rush to get to the alter, I hope she asks for a prenup.