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Blake Shelton: tattoo a result of drunken sketch

Blake Shelton: tattoo a result of drunken sketch

Blake Shelton says he is partially to blame for a botched tattoo. Pictured here, Shelton performs on day 2 of the 2013 CMA Music festival at LP Field on Friday, June 7, 2013 in Nashville, Tenn. Photo: Associated Press/Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP

Country star Blake Shelton has vowed never to head into a tattoo parlor after a drinking session ever again after a botched skin art session.

The “Honey Bee” crooner admits he’s a little embarrassed by the design he has on his left forearm because it looks nothing like the deer tracks they are supposed to be.

He told the “Today” show, “It’s supposed to have been deer tracks, but there’s a chance that when I had that on there, I had been drinking somewhere in the vicinity of that time and I had to draw the guy what I thought a deer track looked like, so he actually just gave me the tattoo that I drew for him, but it sucks.”

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