Roman Kemp has been left with a tattoo that reads “Good To Soften Ya” as an alternative of the title of Niall Horan’s new track Good To Meet Ya after permitting the singer to ink it himself.
The Capital Breakfast radio host agreed to let the One Route star – who has by no means used a tattoo gun – tattoo his leg when the singer promised to donate £5,000 in direction of his forthcoming charity problem.
Kemp will journey 1,000 miles throughout the UK, internet hosting 5 reveals in 5 areas with out using his telephone or any cash in help of Capital’s charity World’s Make Some Noise, which funds small charities that change younger lives.
He’ll undertake the problem, known as Roman’s No Cash Highway Journey, with the brand new piece of pores and skin artwork on his leg by Horan, who confessed to being scared to be leaving one thing so everlasting on the radio presenter.
A nervous Horan, who doesn’t have any tattoos himself, stated: “I don’t know the way they do that regularly, that is scary!”
Kemp, 26, requested what was scary, to which Horan replied: “The truth that it’s in your pores and skin till he day you die and possibly for about 15 years after when you rot!”
“I’m so sorry about this upfront, OK?” he added.
Upon seeing the tattoo, Kemp cried: “Oh my God! It appears to be like prefer it says ‘Good to Soften Ya!’ You’ve written ‘Good to Soften Ya!’ on my leg!
“You’re calling my mum! What the f*** is that?”
It follows a stunt two years in the past when Ed Sheeran tattooed Kemp with the phrases “Ed Woz Ere 2k7”.
Kemp later tweeted: “In al seriousness although, what a legend @NiallOfficial #NicetoMeltYa.”
Horan, 26, has simply launched Good To Meet Ya, the primary single from his forthcoming second album.
Among the many followers praising him for his comeback was former Westlife star Brian McFadden, who tweeted: “Sure sure sure! @NiallOfficial what a tune!!! Mature sound, find it irresistible!”
Horan, who rose to fame in One Route alongside Harry Kinds, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik, launched his debut solo album Flicker in 2017.
The file topped the charts in America and peaked at quantity three within the UK.