Published Wednesday, 28 August 2013
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Cheryl's English rose design received a shocked reaction from many fans as it covers the entire lower half of her back and her derriere.
Despite calls that the tattoo looked "horrible" and cheap", Cheryl defended herself, writing on her Twitter page: ""People are entitled to their own opinion. Personally I've never really concerned myself with other people's body parts!"
The pop star is generally regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the world, but in light of her new body art, This Morning asked the question - can tattoos make even the most beautiful woman less attractive?
Joining presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford in the studio, journalist Angela Epstein said tattoos were abominable and tantamount to human mutilation.
"(It is) basically defiling what nature gave us naturally," she said.
"I'm all for accessorising; makeup enhances the way we look, jewellery does that too, but this is a full on non-negotiable and unapologetic way of defiling the body.
"I don't like the notion of tattoos at all; I don't understand why people have to cut and carve into healthy skin and treat their bodies like some kind of notice board for every emotional milestone."
But Steffi Rox, who has over 30 tattoos, disagreed with this view and argued that they are a beautiful enhancement to anyone's body.
"You call it mutilation, I call it decoration," she said.
"I don't think there's anything wrong with doing something for yourself. I think a lot of people perceive tattoos as being for other people, but I get mine for myself and I like the look of them.
"They will put some people off if they don't like the look of them, but it's just like being blonde might put a brunette fan off.
"I think the perception of tattoos is very much a generational thing and changing year on year at the moment. And the celebrity culture has definitely had a huge influence on opening people's minds to what was before quite an underground scene."
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