RADIO host Roman Kemp left fans open mouthed when he posted a picture of his new tattoo.
Roman, 29, shared a picture of his tattoo of Brazilian footballer Ronaldo on social media.
The inking is of the legendary sportsman's face, and Roman captioned his tweet with: "Starting my football legends tattoo collection with @ronaldo!"
Many of his fans were quick to respond with praise.
One fan said: "I actually love it Roman. Who is next on the list? Gotta be this surely."
But this is not Roman's first rodeo when it comes to inking his body.
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In August 2020, the star, who is the son of Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp, paid tribute to his close pal and radio producer Joe Lyons, who sadly passed away, with a tattoo of a Dove.
In a moving tribute, Roman copied an image of a Dove which he said Joe had, which he also claimed he mocked during their friendship.
Roman captioned his Instagram post at the time saying: "Joe had this tattoo and I always used to say it was awful and looked like a pigeon."
And in the following photo, Roman is seen laying on a tattoo bed, with the design on his leg, and wrote: "So I got it in the same spot…"
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The star, who is an upbeat personality on Capital's breakfast show, has battled depression.
And following his stint in the jungle on I'm A Celeb in 2019, he wasted no time in praising ITV bosses for giving him the help he needed to overcome his battles.
Last year, Roman released his self-help book called Are You Really Ok? And he said: "Just before I went into I’m A Celeb there was one who was amazing."
He added: "She was part of the reason that saved my life and it was ITV and I’m A Celeb who gave me her. I struggled hugely when I came out of there."
He continued: "Doing this book has been like therapy. I found myself crying as I retold parts of my life — not parts that were even sad but memories and talking about them."
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