Ariana Grande's New Tattoo Is a Permanent Tribute to This Brave Anime Heroine
Ariana Grande has added another tattoo full of special meaning to her growing collection: a sweet tribute to Hayao Miyazaki's 2001 film Spirited Away. The 25-year-old singer is known for her many tiny tattoos, some of which match fiancé Pete Davidson's, but this anime art is one of her biggest additions yet.
Grande recently showed off her adorable new ink, a depiction of the film's main character, Chihiro, on her forearm. A dedicated fan of Miyazaki's films, Grande told fans the permanent significance behind Chihiro in a now-expired Instagram Story. According to Grande, this character sheds her own fears throughout the film and matures into a "courageous, quick-witted, and reliable girl." It makes sense that Grande would resonate with the movie's brave heroine. Check out more snaps of Grande's new ink ahead — she clearly loves this newest addition.