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Selena Gomez’s LATEST Tattoo…check out its meaning!

Selena just posted a picture on Instagram of her newest tattoo, (this one is rumored to be her fifth or sixth)!

It is a quote in Arabic that says: “Love Yourself First” on the upper right side of Selena’s back.

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After her short period in rehab and painful breakup with Justin Bieber, the quote seems fitting as Selena shines a more positive light on this new chapter of her life.

She had the quote done while visiting NYC, by tattoo artist Bang Bang McCurdy, who has also inked up Rihanna, Chris Brown, and ex Justin Bieber.

Her picture was captioned: “Art by @bangbangnyc-from my first tattoo to my last. It’s always this fool.”

Bang Bang revealed that the tattoo is about four inches long and took about 30-45 minutes. They played around with it a bit until they found the perfect spot. He says that she has been wanting it for a while.

Sooo…what DID Selena think of her new tattoo?

Reportedly Bang Bang said: “She loved it; she flipped out!”

He also said that they discussed plans for her next tattoo.

You go girl! What a powerful meaning and can’t wait to see what she will get next!

 

Heather’s: The Musical…An Off-Broadway Play that’s Right-On.

Like so many theatrical productions based on movies, I was not sure if this was going to capture the classic 80’s film in all its perverted glory.

This musical did exactly that.

Filled with raunchy jokes throughout it followed the movie chronologically keeping in all the key points that surely did not disappoint fans such as myself. Jessica Wynn who played Heather Chandler was spot on as the domineering and bitchy leader of the Heathers.  When she is poisoned and dies most of the audience is happy to see her go.

Songs such as “My Dead Gay Son” , “Blue” and “Seventeen” not only had the audience laughing but also stomping their feet and singing along.

The musical is something that any one who went to high school in America can relate to: high school cliques, seeing where you fit into the chaos, backstabbing friends, sexual peer pressure, first love and tough family issues; Jason Dean’s character mother’s suicide, the effects of which are so well portrayed by Dave Thomas Brown that you can feel his repressed anger washing over the audience.

To be sure Heather’s is a dark comedy but it has much to say about real issues that effect all high school kids. Let’s hope that between the laughs the message that conforming to a group and abandoning your own personality only leads to trouble.

Christian Slater and Winona Ryder would be proud.

See it if you’re in New York.