Miley Cyrus gets gay rights tattoo

While Stevie Nicks speaks out about the teen popstar's cover of Fleetwood Mac's 'Landslide'

Miley Cyrus gets gay rights tattoo

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Miley Cyrus has added to her tattoo collection with a new piece of body art which shows support for the gay rights movement.

The 'Party In The USA singer debuted the tattoo, which is on her finger, on Friday (July 29) via her Twitter account.

She posted a picture of the equals sign etching – her seventh tattoo - along with the words: "All love is equal".

To one fan who disagreed with her standpoint, Miley tweeted: "Where does it say in the bible to judge others? Oh right. It doesn't. God is the only judge honey".


Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac recently spoke out about the cover of her song 'Landslide' - which Cyrus included on her recent Gypsy Heart tour - to the Australian Daily Telegraph. She said:

Someone showed it to me on YouTube. It was really good. We were on the Oprah show together, me and Miley and Pat Benatar and Sheryl Crow and some others. Rock and roll girls. I met Miley and I thought she was really nice. She's done a very sweet homage. I'm delighted to have someone her age doing that song.



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