Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing gets inked up for Stand Up To Cancer’s Tattoo Fixers
Made in Chelsea‘s Jamie Laing will be joining some other famous names to reinvent their embarrassing tattoos on a special Stand Up to Cancer edition of Tattoo Fixers.
The show’s tattoo artists Sketch, Jay Hutton and Alice Perrin are going to be sorting out some cringeworthy celeb tats on October 20 in a special celebrity episode of Tattoo Fixers, especially for Stand Up to Cancer.
Not only will we get to see some famous television personalities unveil their most humiliating tattoos, but we will get to watch the TF crew work their magic and turn them into real pieces of body art.
MIC‘s Jamie Laing, This Is England‘s Thomas Turgoose and Channel 4 News presenter Cathy Newman will feature in the special, and the bunch have some hilarious tales behind their tattoos. The episode will reveal the full the story of Thomas’ drunken tattoo regret, whilst Jamie will expose his own concerns regarding a slightly dodgy hip tattoo.
Meanwhile, Cathy Newman has agreed to get her first ever tattoo in front of the camera, and will be turning to artist Alice to help her out with a design.
Here are some snaps of the stars about to go under the needle:
Of course, the episode is in aid of SUTC, so while the celebrities are in the shop they will also be raising awareness by sharing their own stories of how cancer has impacted their lives.
Stand Up to Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4, created to accelerate innovative cancer research to discover new therapies and save lives. To learn more and donate to the cause, click here.
The Stand Up to Cancer edition of Tattoo Fixers airs on Thursday October 20 at 10pm on Channel 4.