Ariana Grande gets Japanese text tattoo with hilarious misspelling

Ariana Grande has a serious "Problem."

The pop star recently revealed a new tattoo she got to celebrate the release of her single, "7 Rings," but it appears she forgot to double check the spelling before getting inked.

Grande posted a picture of her new tattoo on Instagram writing, "This felt super good @kanenavasard jk (everyone thinks this is a fake hand but it’s indeed…. my hand."

The singer later deleted the photo after fans started to point out the Japanese Kanji character symbols actually spelled out "shichirin" which translate to a Japanese style barbecue grill.

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The singer later admitted to the mistake in a since-deleted message, "Indeed, I left out “つの指” which should have gone in between. It hurt like f--k n still looks tight. I wouldn’t have lasted one more symbol lmao. But this spot also peels a ton and won’t last so if I miss it enough I’ll suffer thru the whole thing next time."

She added, "Also…. huge fan of tiny bbq grills."

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Grande is not the only star to have a tattoo gone wrong. Ed Sheeran was infamously inked by actress Saoirse Ronan after she starred in the music video for his song "Galway Girl." The singer allowed the Irish actress to tattoo the title of the song on his body but Ronan ended up tattooing the words "Galway Grill" instead.

"When we were filming it, I meant to get a tattoo of her handwriting saying ‘Galway Girl.’ It actually says ‘Galway Grill.’ Full-on, she really took the piss out of me. It actually says ‘grill,’ g-r-i-l-l," Sheeran admitted in April 2017.