Halle Berry finally reveals THAT back tattoo is fake and she's still 'trying out different ink' for upcoming movie
She debuted an incredibly large back tattoo back in March.
And finally taking fans out of their misery, Halle Berry has now revealed the ink isn't real.
Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the 52-year-old beauty confessed it was trial run for an upcoming film.
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Not real! Halle Berry has finally revealed that the back tattoo she posted early in March, is fake. The beauty was speaking to James Corden and said she was trialing it out for an upcoming movie role
'Is this real and do you usually make eggs in sequins and no top,' James hilariously asked his guest.
Halle jokingly responded: 'The egg? That is a real egg.'
'I am starting a new movie in a few months so I'm trying out different tattoos to see what will fit best for my character,' she added.
The real reason: 'I am starting a new movie in a few months so I'm trying out different tattoos to see what will fit best for my character,' she added
Guest stars: Halle was joined on the show with Anjelica Huston and Allison Williams
'And I'm discovering how long will they last, how much wear will I get out of one, so I know how much it's all going to cost.'
The John Wick star added that her large spine tattoo won't be the only one she'll be trying out in the coming months.
'So I'm sure you'll see me in the months ahead in many different tattoos that I'm trying out.'
And while she didn't reveal which film it would be, Halle has been billed to star is the movies Bruised and Jagged Edge - the remake of the 1985 movie.
Movies in the works: And while she didn't reveal which film it would be, Halle has been billed to star is the movies Bruised and Jagged Edge - the remake of the 1985 movie
The photo saw the beauty showcase her incredibly toned back while cooking up some morning eggs.
She wore nothing but a pair of sequin pants and had her back turned to the camera.
Halle captioned the shot: 'Who says I'm not a mermaid.'
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