Miley Cyrus, Pete Davidson once got matching SNL tattoos: ‘We babies’ – Insider


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  • Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson said they got matching tattoos after an "SNL" sketch. 
  • They told Jimmy Fallon that the tattoos said "we babies" and that Davidson removed his.
  • Cyrus didn't find out until she watched Davidson in a TV commercial.

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Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson said they once got matching tattoos to commemorate an "SNL" sketch, but Davidson later had his removed.

During an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Thursday to promote their joint New Year's Eve special, the pair shared details about the incident from 2017.

Cyrus and Davidson told Fallon that they decided to get the matching ink, which read "we babies," after doing an "SNL" sketch, "The Baby Step," in which they portrayed rapping babies.

"And at the end, our excuse for it all, you know, Larry David said, 'What is going on?' And we said, 'We babies,'" Cyrus said."And for some reason, we looked at each other and were like, 'That's a great tattoo.'"

"And then I burned mine off, and you still have yours," Davidson said later.

Cyrus said she found out that Davidson got his removed when she saw his Smartwater commercial.

"Everyone seen this? Where he's drinking Smartwater and getting his tattoos lasered off? And I'm like, 'Wait a minute. That's right where 'we babies' was,'" Cyrus said.

Cyrus said she still has the "we babies" tattoo, and showed the audience where it was on her foot.

Miley Cyrus' tattoo

Cyrus' tattoo.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon/YouTube

When Fallon asked whether people ever ask Cyrus what the tattoo means, she responded: "Well, yeah, I stopped smoking weed the next day, for a couple of years. Well, at least with Pete anyways."

They also spoke about Cyrus' upcoming "Miley's New Year's Eve Party," hosted by her and Davidson.

Cyrus said she wanted the show to be focused on music, and she brought Davidson on board because he is the "funniest, coolest, hunkiest guy in the world."

The special will be broadcast live from Miami at 10 p.m. on December 31 on NBC, Billboard reported. It will be produced by Lorne Michaels and will feature a number of celebrity guests, according to the publication.

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