Nicole Richie: A New Web Series, Tramp Stamps and "Genius" Kids

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The "#candidlynicole" star has nine tattoos! Check out her quest to get one of them removed. Based on Nicole Richie's comedic Twitter feed, AOL Web series #CandidlyNicole gives a glimpse of the Fashion Star mentor's life, as she shares her perspective on "style, parenting, relationships and her journey to adulthood" with a frank and biting sense of humor.

In the first episode of the series, Nicole heads to a tattoo removal facility to check out the process of getting her "tramp stamp" removed, which just so happens to be a "butt crack cross" that she got at 16.

"It just means a certain thing and I just don't want to be a part of that group," Nicole says, before heading into Dr. Tatoff's office.

As it turns out, the "tramp stamp" is only one of nine tattoos she's inked on her bod over the years.

"The first one I got in a room inside of a garage," Nicole tells patients matter-of-factly in Dr. Tattoff's waiting room. "The guy took out a gun and asked my friend to hold it while he tattooed me. I was 14."

While promoting her new web series during the Digital Content NewFront event in New York City on April 30, the 31-year-old fashionista dished on her two children, 5-year-old Harlow and 3-year-old Sparrow, joking that she has some seriously talented tots on her hands.

"Harlow is about to enter college because she's a genius, and Sparrow is going to the Olympics for speed skating this coming fall," Nicole told Us Weekly.

Getting a little more serious, Nicole said her 5-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son "like to play around with all my fashion stuff" and she would "gladly support" it if they wanted to follow in her fashion mogul footsteps.

#CandidlyNicole airs Tuesdays on AOL.

Nicole isn't the only celeb with a love for tattoos. Check out our gallery of stars who have gotten inked!



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