Former 'Laguna Beach' Star Erases Tattoo of Former Lover
Former 'Laguna Beach' Star Erases Tattoo of Former Lover
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Kristin Cavallari has to learn about love and tattoos the hard way. After displaying proof of her commitment to actor Nick Zano by getting a tattoo of his initials on her left wrist, the reality TV star known for her exposure on MTV's Laguna Beach, has decided to erase the love stamp to put an end to any chance of reconciliation with Zano, who is now her ex-boyfriend.

The Laguna Beach started dating Zano, who is best known for his role as Vince on the sitcom What I Like About You that starred Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth, in 2006.   According to the N.Y. Post, Zano wanted to make sure that his girl was displaying proof of his love before she headed off too Miami for spring break last year.  Consequently, Cavallari got herself a tattoo of Zano's initials in black ink.

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"He wants the other guys who flirt with Kristin to know she's all his," said an insider, who got a peek at the Laguna Beach girl's new wrist tattoo during a Victoria's Secret Pink event on the beach.

When Cavallari was asked about it, she "got really giggly and started blushing."  Unfortunately, the couple broke up last December.

E! reports that the Laguna Beach star was at Beverly Hills surgeon Dr. Frank Ryan's office yesterday and was undergoing a treatment to remove the ink.

"It is kind of painful, but she wants that thing off," the insider said.

Treatment is said to take several visits before the tattoo is sufficiently removed.  In an ironic twist, Cavallari is seeing the same doctor who did Laguna Beach and The Hills star Heidi Montag's breast and nose jobs.

Prior to Nick Zano, Cavallari dated fellow cast member Stephen Colletti, which ended in 2004. Subsequently, she began dating Brody Jenner, son of Olympic decathlon champion, Bruce Jenner, and broke off the relationship in 2006.  She was also romantically linked to Nick Lachey, hockey player Mike Comrie, and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: E! Online
(Image courtesy of hollywoodgossip.com)

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