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Megan Fox arrives at the Golden Globe Awards on January 16, 2011./Megan Fox arrives at the Teen Choice Awards on August 9, 2009. - Provided courtesy of AP / AP Photo / Matt Sayles

Megan Fox getting tattoo removal on Marilyn Monroe ink? See photo

04/23/2011 by Olivia Allin

Megan Fox, 24, appears to be getting rid of her most recognizable tattoo - the Marilyn Monroe portrait on her right forearm.

The "Transformers" actress' ink showed signs of fading at the Golden Globe Awards and has appeared increasingly faint at more recent appearances. The above photo shows Fox's tattoo at the Golden Globe awards in January and before treatment, at the 2009 at the Teen Choice Awards. See the most recent photo here.

Several celebrities have removed tattoo - especially those who had their significant other's name inked on them, such as Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen and former married couple Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton. Johnny Depp famously had his Winona Ryder tribute tattoo "Winona Forever" partially removed to read, "Wino Forever."

Fox still has several tattoos that haven't been touched, including "We will all laugh at gilded butterflies" on her right shoulder, which is a quote from Shakespeare's "King Lear" and "there once was a little girl who never knew love until a boy broke her heart" on her ribs.

The actress is life-long fan of Monroe, once saying that she was afraid she might die early like the screen legend.

"I basically read every book ever written about Marilyn Monroe," Fox told Wonderland magazine in 2009. "I could end up like that because I constantly struggle with the idea that I think I'm a borderline personality - or that I have bouts of mild schizophrenia. I definitely think I have some kind of mental problem and I haven't pinpointed what it is."

Fox next stars in director Jennifer Westfeldt's ("Kissing Jessica Stein") comedy, "Friends with Kids" alongside the director's husband Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"), Kristen Wiig and Adam Scott.

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