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Adam Collard gets new tattoo after confirming romance with TV presenter Laura Woods

Adam Collard gets new tattoo after confirming romance with TV presenter Laura Woods

The Love Island star got a brand new tattoo at an event that saw people covering up old tattoos dedicated to an ex.

Adam Collard has added yet another tattoo to his collection shortly after confirming his relationship with Laura Woods.

The infamous Love Island star, 27, is dating the sports presenter, 36, and they went Instagram official on Monday by sharing a loved-up snap together.

And on Wednesday, Adam stepped out on his own to attend the launch of ‘Ink Twice’, a tattoo studio takeover in partnership with Tinder and Sixty Ink.

Ink Twice offers singles a chance to get a free tattoo to cover up over ink that reminds them of an ex to give them more confidence to get back on the scene when it comes to dating.

Adam is obviously no stranger to having a long list of tattoos and exes. However, on this occasion, Adam decided to use the little real estate space he has left on his body to go against the trend of the event and get a brand new tatt rather than cover one up.

Adam Collard attended the Ink Twice event for singles to get a tattoo covered up.

The 2018 Love Island contestant and fitness influencer now has ‘adore u’ permanently etched on the back of his neck and celebrity tattoo artist and owner of Sixty Ink, Claudio Traina, did the honours.

Although some relationships don’t last forever, tattoos definitely do as research from Tinder reveals how 48% of young singles admit they regret their body art because it reminds them of a past relationship.

One scroll through Instagram will tell you just how popular tattoos have become in recent years, from famous footballers, to the numerous reality TV stars, fitness influencers and more showing off their body art.

The Love Islander has a brand new tattoo.

On Tinder, mentions of ‘tattoos’ and ‘tatts’ in UK bios have increased by 183% since 2021, of which more than 60% are found in Gen Z’s Tinder bios.

Tinder’s research reveals that three in five (60%) young singles (aged 18-25) have considered getting a tattoo for someone they were dating and 79% of young singles’ ink has a special meaning behind it or represents a particular relationship.

Some well-known celeb cases of tattoo cover-ups include father-of-12 Nick Cannon, who had the name ‘Mariah’ emblazoned across his upper back after marrying the iconic Queen of Christmas Mariah Carey in 2008.

Following their split, he covered up her name with a huge crucifix.

Adam Collard went Instagram official with Laura Woods this week.

Claudio Traina, Owner and Lead Tattoo Artist at Sixty Ink, says: "If you’ve ever had a tattoo that made you cringe, we feel you!

"We’ve seen many couples come into our salon to get matching tattoos with their significant other only to break up.

"So let's cover up the past and start a new inked-up chapter in your dating journey!”

Interested singles should apply for a consultation directly through the ‘Enquire Now’ button on Tinder’s dedicated website Consultations are subject to availability.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@laurawoodsy / Tinder

Topics: Celebrity, Love Island, Sex and Relationships