Miley Cyrus Gets a President Theodore Roosevelt Quote Tattooed on Her Arm

Miley Cyrus Turns to President Roosevelt For Her Latest Tattoo

Miley Cyrus Turns to President Roosevelt For Her Latest Tattoo

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.

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