Miley Cyrus is, like, really deep, you guys. We already know the singer can't be tamed when it comes to her plethora of body art, but now the newly-engaged singer is looking to more profound sources for ink inspiration.
Miley was spotted leaving her Pilates class recently (what else is new?) with a new tattoo on her inner arm. Close-up shots of the piece reveal that Miley might have been reading up on Theodore Roosevelt lately... or casually browsing brainyquote.com, perhaps. Taken from "Citizenship in a Republic," one of Roosevelt's most famous speeches, Miley got the following inked onto her arm: "So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat." No, for real.
A little random? Sure. Surprising from Miley Cyrus? Definitely. But totally awful? No way. Could have been way worse.
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