Miley Cyrus has added a new tattoo to her ever-growing collection, and this time she's getting political.
Well, sort of.
According to X17online.com, Cyrus was spotted leaving Pilates class on Tuesday with a few lines of script inked on her left forearm. After taking a closer look (thanks, Daily Mail!), it appears the newly engaged star is rocking some words from a speech by President Theodore Roosevelt, with the tattoo reading:
"So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."
Roosevelt delivered the speech, titled "Citizenship in a Republic," at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, in 1910.
Later on Tuesday, Cyrus, who has had problems with overeager photographers in the past, took to Twitter to once again express her frustration.
"I hate paparazzi with a passion. disgusting pigs. (no offense to pigs)," she wrote.
Check out a photo of Cyrus and her new ink below. For more, head over to X17online.com.
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