Miley Cyrus Thinks Her New Tattoo Is the Planet Jupiter. It's Not.

Miley Cyrus Thinks Her New Tattoo Is the Planet Jupiter. It's Not.
Source: AP
Source: AP

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Miley Cyrus, singer and former Disney Channel star, knows how to attract attention. But one of her most recent Instagram posts isn't attracting the good kind. 

Cyrus posted a photo of a new tattoo that she describes as "lilbbjupiter."

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The only problem? That's not Jupiter. 

This is Jupiter:

Source: NASA

What Cyrus has on her arm is Saturn. Just look at those distinctive rings:

Source: NASA

Maybe she meant to type "lilbbsaturn." 

It's OK, Miley. We all make mistakes sometimes.

h/t Someecards

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