The nation had their doubts - and now singer Kelsy Karter has revealed that the Harry Styles tattoo she had etched on her face, is in fact, FAKE.
She unveiled the ruse in a video titled: 'How I rocked the entire world for $300,' and admitted it was part of a promotional stunt for her song, Harry.
The single was recorded over six months ago and was inspired by the One Direction singer.
She really went in THAT direction: Kelsy Karter reveals her shock Harry Styles tattoo is FAKE and part of a $300 promotional stunt for her new single about the rocker
She said in her clip: 'What would the rock legends that inspired me have done in 2019? To pull this off, we needed a celebrity tattoo artist, [Romeo Lacoste] to make it look real…
'He traced Harry‘s 2017 Rolling Stone cover, applied it to my face, and then a special FX makeup artist did her thing.
'BTW. We know it looked ridiculous. That was the point.'
What does Harry think? The single was recorded over six months ago and was inspired by the One Direction singer
She added: 'The tattoo was not real. I love that Harry has introduced rock to a new generations of fans. Plus he’s nice to look at…
'This has always been about Rock & Roll. Harry is an anthem for the fans. The tattoo is gone. All that’s left is the music. Which is what my rockstar team and I had planned all along.'
A couple of days before, Kelsy had spoken about the inking, before she admitted ti was fake and had said: 'I wear my heart on my cheek'.
Harry's number one fan claimed she wasn't afraid to 'express' her feelings for the star while in discussion with The Edge Afternoon Show.
She said in her clip: 'What would the rock legends that inspired me have done in 2019? To pull this off, we needed a celebrity tattoo artist, [Romeo Lacoste] to make it look real…'
Full of praise for the chart-topping singer, Kelsy enthused she respected Harry and thought he was very good looking as she showed off more angles of the tattoo.
She said: 'I just wear my heart on my cheek and I couldn’t really control what went on from there.
'As a fellow musician, I really respect what he’s doing for rock ‘n’ roll. I’m a female in the modern day movement of rock ‘n’ roll and he’s exposed the kids to sounds they might have not otherwise heard.
'Because he came from the pop world and did a rock ‘n’ roll album, it’s opened doors for people like me. I really respect what he’s doing and love what he’s doing — and he’s nice to look at.'
What you going to do about it? Harry's number one fan claimed she wasn't afraid to 'express' her feelings for the star while in discussion with The Edge Afternoon Show
The singer's Instagram comes after she unveiled the fake tattoo for the first time after previously saying she is desperate to record a song on his next album.
She had pretended the inking was done by Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Romeo Lacoste and the New Zealand born, Australian raised and now LA-based singer, 24, shared the results on Instagram, writing: 'Mama, look what I made me do.'
Kelsy explained in her video: 'In April of 2018, I was going through the hardest time of my life. My dog Diva died. My relationship ended.
'And the last thing I wanted to do was to write another sad song about it. Ant saw Harry on my lock screen and said: "Let's write a song about him, instead".
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