Miley Cyrus has added to her collection of tattoos — the 19-year-old already has a dream-catcher and an equals sign symbolising marriage equality amongst others — getting a section of a speech made by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1910 etched on her forearm. Miley showed off her latest ink as she left a Pilates class in West Hollywood on Tuesday. It reads: "So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat." The snippet is from a speech that the then-US President gave in Paris urging people that "It is not the critic who counts." Miley has faced her fair share of criticism over the years so it could be a symbolic message signifying that she's rising above it. Take a closer look at it now.
Miley Cyrus Turns to President Roosevelt For Her Latest Tattoo