Talking about Justin Timberlake tattoos it’s easy to notice that he has several religious tattoos what probably has to do a lot with his family traditions – his father was church choir director, but his grandfather – Baptist minister.
Justin Randall Timberlake was born in 1981, in Memphis. He was a talented boy and being 11 years old Justin appeared on „Star Search” show, but some years later on popular „Mickey Mouse Club” together with other pop-music stars such as Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears. Justin Timberlake got famous with a boy band NSYNC as their debut album experienced great success. It was easy for him later to start his own solo career and his first solo album „Justified” came out at the end of 2002. Now Justin is successful solo singer and actor, great dancer and also record producer.
It’s very common for rebellious rock singers to be tattooed, but Justin is probably the most tattooed pop –singer now. On his left arm there is a tattoo of a Latin cross tattoo, on his upper back there is a tattoo with an angel accompanied by the word „Guardian” above it which is made in the honour of his half-sister who died being just a baby (although the initials in this tattoos matches his mother’s initials). These Justin Timberlake tattoos are like a great proof of his attraction to Christianity.
Meanings Behind Justin Timberlake Tattoos
Not only religion, but also music and his career have inspired Justin to get several tattoos. Getting Chinese letters with different meanings has been a great trend just a decade ago and Justin has got a Chinese symbol on his ankle meaning „Music”. There are also some tattoos related to the times of singing in boys’ band NSYNC: the band logo is inked on his ankle and wrist.
The collection of Justin Timberlake tattoos have also been fulfilled with temporary tattoos for starring at the movie „Alpha Dog” – subtle picture of Virgin Mary on his right biceps with stars under it, „1976” on his chest and some more Chinese characters.
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