Lucy Spraggan has admitted her regret at getting a fan’s name tattooed on her backside [Wenn]
The singer who originally found fame on The X Factor back in 2012 explained: “A few years ago before X Factor I didn’t have a fan base at all I didn’t know if anyone was going to turn up to a festival gig I was doing.
“I met this lad on a night out and I said if you bring 10 people to my show I will get your name tattooed on my bum.
“He actually brought 15 people to the show so I got his name Joe E Andrew tattooed on my butt cheek.”
She added to the Daily Star: “I had it covered up with a bumblebee but you still know it’s there.
“I only had it covered up as my wife said we couldn’t get married if I had a man’s name on my a**e.”
True to her word, the Tea & Toast hit-maker uploaded a photo to her Twitter account of the inking on her derriere.
Since quitting The X Factor in 2012 Lucy Spraggan has continued to have a successful music career putting out three albums [Wenn]
Dated July 1, 2012, she captioned it: Last night I met a boy at #Beatherder and said if he came to watch me play, I’d get his name tattooed on my bum…”
Since quitting Simon Cowell’s ITV talent show Lucy has continued to make a name for herself as a musician releasing three albums including her latest offering I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing.
This summer she will play Isle Of Wight festival on the Friday night along with a host of stars including Jonas Blue, Kaiser Chiefs and David Guetta.
Lucy Spraggan has also found love marrying long-term partner Georgina Gordon in 2016 [Wenn]
She has also found love marrying her long-term partner Georgina Gordon in 2016.
Tying the knot in a stunning barn-style wedding, Lucy and Georgina hired a bucking bronco for family and friends to hop on as well as a tattoo artist.
Thankfully history did not appear to repeat its self, but Lucy did write on social media at the time: “When you and your mum get matching tattoos at your wedding…”