Ariana Grande has reportedly been offered $1 million (£763,000) by a laser tattoo company to have her misspelled ink removed.
The Thank U, Next hitmaker was the victim of an epic blunder after her attempt to get some body art dedicated to her latest single, 7 Rings, was lost in translation. Earlier this week (beg28Jan19), she revealed that she had the words 7 Rings etched onto her palm in Japanese Kanji character symbols. However, fans quickly noticed that the tattoo was missing a symbol and actually translated to "shichirin," a word for a BBQ grill.
She later attempted to fix the ink with an extra symbol, yet, many social media users noted that the tattoo now reads "Japanese BBQ finger" or "small charcoal grill finger."
And, according to editors at TMZ, Ariana has reportedly now been offered a $1 million (£763,000) deal by LaserAway to help her rectify her epic tattoo fail.
The deal's terms require the 25-year-old to take part in one photo/video shoot at a LaserAway office, that will be used in social media, print and viral campaigns. They have also asked Ariana to promote the company in one social media post a month for a year.
Ariana's manager, Scooter Braun, joked that he would happily have a tattoo and be paid to have it removed.
"I can't speak for Ariana as we have not received this letter, however, if they're willing to send me the offer, I'm sure I'd be happy to get a tattoo and then remove it real quick... for $1.5 mil (sic)," he told MailOnline. "Hopefully, we can make this deal before her album comes out next week - shameless plug."
Ariana has yet to comment on the report.