Tulisa won't reveal secreat body art

Tulisa won't reveal secreat body art

Tulisa Contostavlos has a secret tattoo.

The ‘X Factor’ judge is famed for her body art but admitted she has added a saucy fifth inking although she won’t reveal where it is or what it depicts.

She told the Daily Star newspaper: “I’ve got five tattoos now.

“But one of them is a secret tattoo. You don’t know what it is or where it is, so let’s move on!”

“A little bit of champagne always helps.”

Tulisa combines her ‘X Factor’ role with a busy pop career and revealed she knocked back champagne while shooting her latest video for the single ‘Live It Up’ in Hawaii recently.

She said: “Hawaii was a lot more ­relaxed. Even though I look like I’m having a lot of fun on the ‘Young’ video I was knackered – it was quite draining.”

It was recently revealed that Tulisa is struggling to deal with how much attention new judge Nicole Scherzinger is getting on ‘The X Factor’.

A source said: "Nicole and Tulisa are already rubbing each other up the wrong way. Tulisa thinks Nicole hogs the limelight, singing and getting to her feet during auditions.

"It really aggravates Tulisa. And Nicole fawns over Gary Barlow, getting really touchy feely with him at every opportunity."

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