Getting giant tattoos isn’t always a great idea for an actor. But some stars still want to go inked, so they go minimalist! Here are the coolest tiny celeb tattoos.

Sometimes a tattoo isn’t the best idea – and celebrities are well aware of that from their time in the public eye.

Ariana Grande recently suffered from some ink gone wrong, posting a since-deleted social media post of a new tattoo.

The tattoo, which was on her palm, was meant to spell out in Japanese the title of her new single, “7 rings.” The final result, however, actually translated to a Japanese-style BBQ grill.

But Grande isn’t the only one who’s experienced some ink gone wrong. We’ve rounded up the celebrities whose tattoos didn’t last or didn’t turn out exactly how they were supposed to.

Johnny Depp

Who could forget Depp’s romance with Winona Ryder? Their ’90s liaison sparked some ink on Depp’s right bicep: “Winona Forever.” However, the two broke up and the tattoo didn’t last. Depp has reportedly changed the tattoo to say “Wino Forever.”

Angelina Jolie's Billy Bob Thornton-inspired tattoo has been geographically altered. (Photo: Andrew H. Walker, Getty Images)

Angelina Jolie

Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton used to be an item, and what better way to cement it than with a tattoo? Like Depp, Jolie got Thornton’s name tattooed onto a similar spot on her left upper arm.

She has since had the ink removed, replacing the Billy Bob snake tattoo with the  geographic coordinates for the birthplaces of her children.

Watson declares 'Time's Up.' (Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Emma Watson

Despite her good intentions, Watson’s ink was still missing something: punctuation.

The “Harry Potter” actress showed off a tattoo for photographers at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party that was supposed to read “Time’s Up,” better known as the social justice movement and organization supported by A-listers against sexual harassment in the workplace sparked by the #MeToo movement.

Watson’s tattoo, however, was missing the apostrophe in between the “e” and the “s.” Watson took the error in stride, tweeting: “Fake tattoo proofreading position available. Experience with apostrophes a must.”

Thankfully, her tattoo was temporary, so she’s not stuck with the grammar error for life.

Ashley Greene

Watson wasn’t the only one with some forgotten punctuation. Greene has the phrase, “Life’s a Dance,” tattooed on the top of her foot. However, the “Twilight” actress is also missing an apostrophe.

Pete Davidson (with his bud, Machine Gun Kelly, left) had a bunny ears tattoo altered after he and Ariana Grande hopped apart. (Photo: Matt Sayles, Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)

Pete Davidson

A whirlwind romance ended in a whirlwind tattoo cover-up for Davidson.

Grande and Davidson’s romance included getting ink in honor of one another, but after the couple’s public breakup, they’re saying “thank u, next” to those tattoos.

Davidson covered up the “Dangerous Woman” bunny ear tattoo that was just behind his ear, choosing to make it into a solid black heart instead. Grande also covered up her small tattoo of Davidson’s name on her finger – choosing a heart, as well.

Megan Fox had her Marilyn Monroe tattoo removed to prevent "negative energy." (Photo: Jason Merritt, Getty Images)

Megan Fox

At one point, Fox had a prominent tattoo of Marilyn Monroe inked on her right inner forearm. However, the “Transformers” actress got the tattoo removed after learning that the iconic blond bombshell had bipolar disorder. 

“It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar,” Fox said in an interview with Italian magazine Amica. “I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.”

Hayden Panettiere has some regrets about her tattoo. (Photo: GEORGE WALKER IV, GEORGE WALKER IV)

Hayden Panettiere

No “ragrets.” In an ironic turn of events, Panettiere got the phrase “Live without regrets” in Italian tattooed along the side of her back. She might have a regret about her ink, though.

In Italian, the saying is “Vivere senza rimpianti,” but on Panettiere’s tattoo, the last word was accidentally spelled “rimipianti,” with an extra “i.” 

“My tattoo means ‘Live without regrets,’ ” she said in an interview with Glamour. “It’s not that you don’t regret things in life, but you at least try to learn from them. It’s misspelled, too  – so I literally have to live by that advice!”

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