Miley Cyrus has gotten more than just an engagement ring lately. The former Disney star has also added a few tattoos, a skateboard, and now a blonde do.
Cyrus was out and about over the weekend spending time with fiancé Liam Hemsworth as the two painted the town red with skateboards. While the 19-year-old has come under harsh criticism for shedding a few extra pounds, many suspecting an unhealthy diet, it would appear the star has also been throwing exercise into her regimen.
The weekend routine included riding a skateboard with her new fiancé, decked out in complete skating gear. The star wore a white tank, black shorts, and Converse as she strode atop what looked to be a well used board. Adding something even more striking to her look was a new,all blonde hair do, cut short above the star's shoulders.
Only days ago Cyrus made headlines for her newly stamped skin, which revealed a tattoo of a quote by President Theodore Roosevelt. Cyrus also warned Twitter fans that they would now being seeing Kim Kardashian-like poses.
"Now that I'm blonde I gotta give duck lips in every photo," Cyrus tweeted, giving her best pouty face.
The tattoo is a quote out of a 1910 speech given by Roosevelt.
"So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat," the left arm tattoo read.
The tattoo of course, is not the star's first and she appears to have a reason for each of them. She received her first tattoo when she was only 17. It reads "Just Breathe" on the side of her chest and is a tribute to a friend who died of lung cancer, according to StealHerStyle.net
"It reminds me not to take things for granted. I mean breathing – that was something none of them could do, the most basic thing. And I put it near my heart, because that is where they will always be," she told Harper's Bazaar.
Cyrus also has the word "love" tattooed on her ear, which she says, is her safe guard against foul gossip.
"I have 'Love' right here to block out all the crap that everyone throws into your ears … I don't really care about it. [You're] only supposed to hear the things coming from the people that genuinely love you," she told Access Hollywood in 2010.