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Pete Davidson Got A Massive Back Tattoo While Watching The Most Recent Episode Of 'Game Of Thrones'

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SNL actor Pete Davidson recently added to his tattoo gallery with a winged angel on his back.

But the 25-year-old was not about to let his appointment with Southern California-based tattoo artist London Reese interfere with his dedicated viewing of Game of Thrones.

According to an Instagram post by the artist – who also inked Ariana Grande's "Dangerous Woman" mask onto Davidson's neck last June – they watched GoT for the entirety of their session.


London Reese posted a photo of their session on Instagram.

It shows a smokey, bedroom-eyed Davidson lying on his stomach and biting into a pillow. Whether the clenched jaw was from the incessant needle jab or the episode's events unfolding on the screen remains up in the air.


The angel tat is a rebellious deviation from its religious roots – this one smokes.

Page Six reported that the smoking cherub keeps to Davidson's theme of other smoking-related tattoos on his body, including a sneaker and a cartoon character with cigarettes.

Davidson's body is an evolving work of art. He continues deleting references to his past with ex-fiancé Ariana Grande off of his body and replacing them with different illustrations, including a recent one resembling a red-eyed Tootsie Pop owl licking a lollipop.




Another nostalgic remnant of the '80s becomes retro-chic.

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Now that he's single, the flirtations were in high gear.

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What about this pressing concern?


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The Gushers candy on the Polaroid become a subliminal message.


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Davidson has over 40 tats so far, including seven of them being Harry Potter and portraits of the Grinch and Hillary Clinton, according to Cosmopolitan.

With precious real estate on his canvas decreasing, where and what would he incorporate next?

The world wants to know.

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