Los Angeles - Miley Cyrus wants to get tattoo of Chris Brown's name on her face.
The We Can't Stop singer has never been one to shy away from controversy - recently coming under fire for her comeback single's provocative music video - and in her latest bold statement, she has joked about branding her left cheek with the 'Turn Up the Music' hitmaker's moniker.
Quizzed whether she may add more body ink in future, Miley joked to German website Promiflash.de: "Didn't one girl get 'Drake' across her forehead? That's crazy! That's a dedicated fan. I was thinking about getting 'Chris Brown' across this cheek."
Miley then sarcastically quipped the proposed tattoo would be "really good" for her career, referring to controversial Chris' assault conviction for attacking ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
Meanwhile, the 20-year-old star's visit to Germany was jeopardised earlier this week as she came down with food poisoning soon after landing in Berlin due to a bad sushi meal.
She lamented on Twitter: "Sick in bed :( away from home. Music is the best medicine.
"I may be the only person who comes to Germany and my first stop is take out sushi. I asked for it (sic)."
Miley was forced to cancel many of her promotional duties and apologised to her loyal German fan base, some of whom had won a meet-and-greet session with her through German newspaper Bild.
She added: "Sorry 2 Bild and all my fans for not being able to make it today! Something's are outta my control. I'm really sick thanks for understanding (sic)."
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